Court says pharmacists can’t be forced to dispense morning-after pill

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(RNS) A federal court on Wednesday (Feb. 23) struck down a Washington state law that requires pharmacists to dispense the morning-after pill even if it violates their religious beliefs. By Lauren Markoe.

  • deeptree

    Can a cashier at Walmart be fired for refusing to sell condoms to a married person, because of her religious beliefs?
    Can an employee be fired for refusing to build a circuit board for an ICBM missile because of her religious beliefs?

  • banshish

    “Believe it or not, I can still respect someone’s beliefs, but that ends when they try to tell me I must adhere to those I do not share”

    Rendered, doubtless, without an iota of intentional irony.