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Some of the nation’s biggest retailers are rationing over-the-counter emergency contraceptive pills as demand spikes following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning a constitutional right to abortion, The Wall Street Journal writes. CVS Health and Walmart were limiting purchases of the pills, which were in short supply or out of stock on Monday morning on major retailer websites. CVS was limiting purchases to three. Walmart had some pills available without limits, but only in cases where they would not ship until next month. Pills available this week were limited to four or six. The pills are often referred to and sold under the Plan B brand without a prescription.

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