New Pharmacies Protect Life

CitizenLink is reporting that pro-life pharmacies are opening across the country to protect the religious beliefs of their pharmacists. The pharmacies choose not to stock certain contraceptives. Some also refuse to sell tobacco and pornography.

The new drugstores come in response to a growing number of lawsuits against pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions for the morning-after pill, birth-control pills and other forms of contraception.

My Take?

I hope not only that more of these pharmacies will open up across the country, but also that pro-life men and women will frequent them. 

And, if the fact that a birth control pill can have an abortifacient effect (cause an unrecognized abortion) is news to you, consider taking a look at articles I’ve written on the topic. 


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