In pharmacies, the pharmacist can reject requests for the morning after pill based on moral grounds. I feel that this is far too much power from one person over an issue that does not concern them along with too much interference over someone's life. If this power is taken away from pharmacists then accessing birth control will be easier. It should not be up to the pharmacist to determine a woman's pregnancy, it is unfair and places too much power in the hands of a stranger.

Why is this idea important?

This is important because pharmacists should not be able to deny anything that is available to those who seek it. It does not matter what the circumstances are because it is a woman's body and affects nobody else. It is not ending a life but preventing one and in incidents of rape it can become the only method of controlling pregnancy before the choice of abortion or having the rapist's child manifests. End conscientious objectors in pharmacies.

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