In his 52-page decision, Korman repeatedly criticized the FDA's handling of the issue, agreeing with allegations in a lawsuit that the decision was "arbitrary and capricious" and influenced by "political and ideological" considerations imposed by the Bush administration.Of course, not everyone is excited about this. Some conservative Congress members and other groups still like to think that Plan B is unsafe, could "encourage sexual activity and make it easier for men to have sex with underage girls," and of course, that it's a baby-killing abortion pill.
I think it's a good idea for Plan B to be available to all women, regardless of age. Having to show I.D. as a proof of age means that certain women, even if they are over the age of 18 (such as illegal immigrants, as the article states) may be unable to get access to Plan B when they need it, which could easily led to unplanned pregnancies with their whole set of controversial options, including legitimate abortion.
And the idea that having this available to women of all ages would promote sexual activity? Well, haha.
EDIT: Moved the dang * in the title it make clearer what I meant.