Assembly Passes Bill Allowing Pharmacists To Dispense Oral Contraceptives, 83-7

Legislation allowing pharmacists in Wisconsin to administer oral contraception passes the state Assembly. It’s from Sturgeon Bay Republican Joel Kitchens

“What this bill does really is it gives women more choices, it decreases unplanned pregnancies and by doing so decreases abortions. And it saves tax dollars and reduces generational poverty.”

The bill passed Wednesday on a strong bipartisan vote and would likely be signed by Governor Tony Evers is it passes the state Senate.