Plan B One Step a controversial morning after drug that has been the subject of much litigation has been adjudged by the overwhelming majority of qualified reviewers at the FDA as being safe for women of all ages in an over the counter capacity. It is currently available OTC to women 18 years and older. Even that has been continually opposed by certain politicians who consider the drug an anti-abortion drug, which it is not. Access to the drug OTC has been obstructed in the past by interference by the Bush White House and Senior FDA officials. In 2009, Hon.Edward R. Korman, a federal judge in New York, in the case of Tumino et al. v. Torti, ordered the FDA to undertake a further review of providing access to women under 18 after finding a history of political interference with the FDAs findings. The FDA recently signaled its intent to offer OTC access to Plan B for all women, but today in steps Secty. of Health and Human Services, Katherine Sibilius to derail the plan claiming that more research is needed.