There is an ongoing and concerning public health problem in the United States relating to unintended pregnancies. Despite the fact that women consistently express dissatisfaction with existing contraception methods, the availability of cutting edge technologies remains stagnant. This paper argues that the threat of liability in the form on product liability lawsuits dissuades contraceptive manufacturers from innovating. This paper proposes a no-fault fix to the problem modeled around the National Childhood Vaccine Act of 1986.
Eric Lindenfeld,The Unintended Pregnancy Crisis: A No-Fault Fix, 17 Marq. Ben. & Soc. Welfare L. Rev. 2 (2016).