The history of birth control

POSTED: 02:28 PM PDT Apr 09, 2013    UPDATED: 07:23 AM PDT Jun 30, 2014 

Companies with religious objections can refuse to pay for contraception, according to the U.S. Supreme Court, marking another important moment in the history of birth control.

Morning after pill, emergency contraceptive
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1998 -- The FDA approves the first emergency contraceptive in the United States. Nicknamed "the morning-after pill," it can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex.

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