Disintermediation

Publications

, The Daily Caller
States are making it easier to buy the pill — leaving the dawdling feds in the dust
Steven Greenhut & Courtney Joslin

When the Food and Drug Administration first approved the use of the birth-control pill 61 years ago, doctors were forbidden from prescribing the pill as a contraceptive. Instead, the agency only…

The Ever-Evolving Politics of Birth Control
Media Coverage

From the Independent Women’s Forum:
This important new study from R Street Institute highlights the various ways states are trying to deregulate hormonal birth controls. The report examines how…

, InsiderAdvantage
Taking a Chainsaw to Health Care Regulations
Marc Hyden & Courtney Joslin

As the misery of another election cycle slowly subsides, a couple of memorable moments linger: Democrats repeatedly criticizing Governor-elect Brian Kemp for allegedly not having a health care plan,…

R Street policy study: Allow pharmacy access of birth control for better women’s reproductive health and improved consumer choice
Ann Phelan

WASHINGTON (Nov. 21) – Discussions about hormonal contraception often veer off into important but tangential issues such as abortion, sexual morality and healthcare funding. But there is a needed…

Birth control in the states: A review of efforts to expand access
Courtney Joslin & Steven Greenhut

Discussions about hormonal contraception often veer off into important but tangential issues such as abortion, sexual morality and healthcare funding. But there is a needed debate about this topic…

R Sheet on birth control deregulation
Courtney Joslin & Caroline Kitchens
, Washington Examiner
Why pharmacy access to birth control prescriptions is good policy
Courtney Joslin

Monument-filled Washington, D.C. and mountain-topped Utah are two very different places, especially when it comes to politics. However, both recently agreed that birth control prescription access is…