Speak out against this anti-woman, anti-patient HHS regulation — 3 Comments

  1. Want an interesting – and sad – TV episode. I think that right to refuse to do your job because of religious reasons is ridiculous. If you don’t want to dispense certain meds, get into a line of business where you don’t have to. Granted that is often easier written than done but imposing your own personal views onto others is just inappropriate.

  2. For a nation that is apparently the home of freedom, Americans sure do love to tell other people what they can and can’t do. What a crummy law. Good for you, women should have the right to plan for themselves.

    I saw a quick segment of a show on TV called “What Would You Do?” on ABC. It’s a total setup show where they have actors and then unsuspecting public are put in positions. They had a pharmacist (an actor) deny a perscription to a 16-year-old girl (also an actor) in a pharmacy, even though the girl had a perscription from a doctor.

    Most people just sat there and didn’t do anything (big surprise) but one woman forcefully told the pharmacist that he had no right to do that and he should be ashamed. One person in 2 days of filming! It was a pretty cool scene, this lady at least had some courage and some morals. Keep up the fight!

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