Georgia Pharmacists Can Refuse to Fill Birth Control Prescriptions

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | April 7, 2005
Georgia pharmacists can refuse to fill morning-after and birth control prescriptions if such medication violates their personal or religious beliefs. What's more, in the next legislative session there could be a warmer reception for a bill backing a pharmacist's right to refuse morning-after pills.

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