Okla. House 'morning-after' pill vote delayed

Published on NewsOK Modified: February 28, 2013 at 3:33 pm •  Published: February 28, 2013
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SoonerCare also covers non-emergency contraception and provides for family planning.

Of SoonerCare's roughly 800,000 monthly enrollees, more than 700,000 are children, pregnant women or fall in the aged or disabled category, according to the Authority.

That leaves a relatively small number of adults who'd use contraception, Kimble said, and of them the group that uses non-emergency methods is "vastly, vastly larger" than the number that use emergency contraception. He said he didn't have specific numbers for either group immediately available.



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