I applaud efforts to ensure that retailers with pharmacies stock the morning after pill, though I wish this news item didn't start with the words "backed by abortion groups," because it fuels the fire of ignorance burning in the minds of many conflating the morning after pill with RU-486 or abortive practices generally.
Say it with me: the morning after pill, or Plan-B as one brand is called, does not abort conceived babies.
Sadly, a google search reveals that those against science (maybe they don't have the passage in their bibles about God having given Doctors their talents, but whatever) have managed to climb to the top of the rankings page since the last time I checked into the issue.
As a public service - here's a link to a page that tells you how safely to fashion emergency contraception out of what you might have at home.
And here's a link to EC information generally.
Of course, the best thing is to avoid having that kind of Morning After by using reliable birth control each and every time. Abstinence works like a charm as well. But shit happens - so know the medical facts, know your rights, and know how to take care of yourself.