Indian Health Services will now provide emergency contraception without a consultation or prescription at its federally-operated facilities.
On Monday, a state court temporarily blocked an Oklahoma law that would require persons 17 years or younger to have a prescription to access emergency contraception and require proof of age before purchasing the medication.
With the exclusive rights for Teva, the cost-effective versions will still be denied to young girls or those who do not have government issued identification.
"I also bought some Advil and a Dr. Pepper. Made my flight. It should always be that simple."
The Obama administration Monday officially ended its opposition to over-the-counter sales of "Plan B One-Step," also known as the morning-after pill.