The early pregnancy terminator Plan B (somewhat similar to RU-486 ["no, I'm Pentium"] back in the day) got green-lighted for over-the-counter sales for gals 15 and over.
Interesting question-what kind of ID does a 15-year-old girl have? If Democrats don't want adults giving IDs in order to vote, what kind of ruckus will result when a poor ninth-grader doesn't have a photo ID and wants to wipe out the side effects of that last hookup. A 16-year-old would likely have a drivers' licence in states where that's the legal minimum, but a 15-year-old might not have anything that would serve as a official ID, since they aren't going to get "carded" for anything.
Even stranger is a court order that would let my pre-school age niece buy it, no questions asked. She's a half-decade away from needing it at least (much later, one would hope), but one district court judge has ordered it to be over-the-counter with no restrictions; that's probably what the administration wants, but wants to tow an awkward line between the devotees of the Church of Planned Parenthood and moderate voters who might not think that letting middle-schoolers get their own pregnancy-preventer is a great idea.
[update 930AM-Plan B is different from RU-486, but does stop an early-stage pregnancy from taking root in the womb. Thanks to my natural family planning ace Kathryn for the correction.]