SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration won’t take any regulatory action over a vending machine at a Pennsylvania college that dispenses so-called “morning-after” birth control pills.

FDA spokeswoman Erica Jefferson says in a statement Friday that they looked at publicly available information about the Shippensburg University vending program, spoke with university and campus health officials, and decided not to take any regulatory actions.

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The pill is available for $25 at a health center vending machine that’s accessible to students and university employees. That raised questions about how accessible emergency contraception should be.

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The vending machine at the school, which has about 8,300 students and is 40 miles southwest of Harrisburg, provides the Plan B One Step emergency contraceptive along with condoms, decongestants and pregnancy tests.

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