A recent fact sheet from the Kaiser Family Foundations, points out that even though health care providers have known about Emergency Contraception (EC) for several decades, the public at-large is less aware of its availability.   In June 2010, the federal Emergency Contraception Education Act (S. 3504/HR 5561) was introduced to provide funding for national awareness campaigns.  This new fact sheet reviews current national and state policies around EC, including new product availability and access issues.   To review the entire fact sheet, click here.

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