Vending Machines: Coke, Bag of Chips, An Abortion...
February 9, 2012 ~ 0 comments
For $25, people with access to campus health services at Shippensburg can buy Plan B from a machine, just like they would a soda or a bag of chips. Diane Gramley of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania finds that appalling.

"To begin with, they're approving the sexual activity of their students -- and they're not providing the young ladies with the correct information about Plan B, about the morning-after pill," Gramley explains. "If they are pregnant, it actually does not allow the implantation of the fertilized egg -- and that's just killing their baby."
Predictably, the university is defending the abortion-by-vending-machine decision as something the student body wants and approves.  I'm sure that's something parents and alumni (and donors) would love to know about Shippensburg University.
This is almost as gross as gift cards to get an abortion.  Which yes, in the rush for profit, the abortion industry has groped for as well.