Speed_Draven_X (sdx) wrote in thequestionclub,
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All around the United States, laws are being drafted, providing protection for pharmacists, who wish to refuse to dispense medication.
The point of the refusal is that pharmacists have refused to fill medications, with prescriptions written by doctors, for pills such as : morning-after pills, contraceptives/birth control, erectile dysfunction, and other assorted pills, all based on their moral and ethical beliefs.
The point of the laws are to provide employment protection to those pharmacists and to allow this practice to continue.

Poll #521997 Morality Clause for Pharmacists...

Do you agree with the "morality clause" and a pharmacists right to be able to refuse to dispense medication?

Yes.
7(5.5%)
No.
121(94.5%)
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