Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Plan C, for conscience

One American state has thought better of its policy to browbeat pharmacists into selling the morning after pill.

Cristina Alarcon | Monday, 19 July 2010 | MercatorNet.com

I was thrilled to learn that Washington State will be creating new rules for pharmacists who have conscientious objections to providing services or products they find morally objectionable. The new regulations would give plaintiffs in a Washington lawsuit -- the owners of Ralph's Thriftway pharmacy and two pharmacists -- the right to refuse to stock or dispense Plan B "morning after pill" based on their belief that life is sacred from the moment of conception. Full story.

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