WINNIPEG, May 5, 2003 ( – The government of Saskatchewan proposed legislation Thursday to allow access to the abortifacient morning after pill direct from pharmacists without a prescription from a doctor. Health Minister John Nilson said the abortifacients would be available to minors without parental consent or notification.  “If they’re making their own health decisions,” he said about minors requesting the medication. “We’ve got high teen pregnancy rates here.”  The bill is expected to be passed before the end of the current session which would enable pharmacists to dole out the deadly drug in the fall.  See the Leader Post coverage:   See textbook evidence of the abortifacient effect of the morning after pill: