Conscientious objection in pharmacy

Should pharmacists be mandated to supply medicines such as emergency contraceptives despite their personal beliefs?  CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION: The case for, by Leo Hamulczyk It is often assumed that conservative people, either political and/or religious, have a desire to exclude service from various groups. They don’t. They simply do not want to participate in a service

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