Disintermediation

Publications

Birth Control Access in Indiana
Courtney Joslin & Alan Smith
Letter to Governor Ducey in Support of SB 1082, a Bill to Allow Pharmacist Prescribing of Contraception
Courtney Joslin & Steven Greenhut

June 30, 2021

Dear Gov. Ducey,

The R Street Institute is writing to encourage you to sign Senate Bill 1082, which would allow pharmacists to provide hormonal birth control prescriptions in…

Birth Control Access in Kentucky
Courtney Joslin
, Pharmacy Times
Pharmacists Are Needed to Provide Birth Control
Courtney Joslin

From Pharmacy Times:

Contraindications to prescription birth control require physician referral, and states often require pharmacists to inform the patient about the importance of regular…

Free the Pill To Unshackle More Healthcare – America’s Future
Courtney Joslin

Since 2012, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, which represents 58,000 ob-gyns across the United States, has advocated for over-the-counter birth control.

Birth Control Bedfellows: A Discussion with Unsung Heroes for Better Contraceptive Access
Courtney Joslin

When: Thursday, May 27, 2021, 3PM ET
Where: Virtual
Who:

Aaron Pilkington, Arkansas State Representative
Terrisa Bukovinac, Co-Leader, Secular Pro-Life

Testimony in Support of Pharmacist-Prescribed Birth Control (House Bill 135), Illinois Senate Insurance Committee
Courtney Joslin

Chair Harris, Vice-Chair Munoz and members of the Senate Insurance Committee:

My name is Courtney Joslin and I am a resident fellow for the R Street Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public…

Testimony in Support of Pharmacist-Prescribed Birth Control, Nevada Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor
Courtney Joslin

Chair Jauregui, Vice-Chair Carlton, and members of the Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor:

My name is Courtney Joslin and I am a resident fellow for the R Street Institute, a nonprofit,…

R Sheet on Birth Control Access in North Carolina
Courtney Joslin & Marc Hyden

Image credit: TanyaJoy

Lessons for Legislators: Allowing Pharmacist-Prescribed Birth Control
Courtney Joslin

Legislators on both sides of the aisle are increasingly looking for ways to address healthcare accessibility and affordability. Over the past few years, many have turned to pharmacists as a way to…

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