Thursday, April 12, 2007

Justice Prevails!

TUMWATER, Wash. - Druggists who think "morning-after" birth control pills are tantamount to abortion can't stand in the way of a patient's right to get a prescription, state regulators said Thursday.

In a unanimous vote, the state Board of Pharmacy ruled that drug stores have a duty to fill lawful prescriptions, regardless of an individual pharmacist's personal objections to any particular medication.

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1 comment:

Montgomery Maxton said...

sweetie, ya know, if we didnt do certain things in our professional lives based on our personal objections nothing would get done. xo.