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Friday, September 16, 2005


If the responsibility to decide whether pharmacists can refuse to fill a prescription for contraceptives lies with the legislature, as the Board of Pharmacy says, then it's time for the legislature to pass a law saying that no, it's not okay for pharmacists to do that.

This issue shows that so-called pro-lifers don't give a tinker's damn about saving lives; they just want to control everybody's sex lives. If the lack of contraception leads to an abortion, then it sounds like that's all right with them.


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