SPOTLIGHT: Romney vetoes Plan B legislation

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has vetoed a bill which would have given women in his state easier access to the controversial "Morning After" pill. The bill would have given the Plan B contraceptive near over-the-counter status, allowing pharmacists to dispense it without a prescription. However, the bill passed with veto-proof majorities, so it will likely become law anyway. The stand represents a shift for Romney, who a decade ago said he was in favor of allowing access to emergency contraception in some cases. Editorial