The R Street Institute is hosting a panel next week about “birth control policy’s past, present and future,” including proposals to make birth control pills available over the counter.
“Join us to learn how numerous states have used occupational licensing reform to deregulate contraception access, and how Republicans and Democrats have found common ground on a controversial issue,” R Street says.
If you’re in D.C., you can RSVP to attend the Capitol Hill event in person here. R Street tends to make video of their events available online afterward, for those who can’t attend.
For background on the battle over non-prescription birth control pills, see: