ACLU New Mexico: Walgreens assures on birth pill policy
New Mexico advocacy groups say Walgreens won't allow individual pharmacists' personal religious beliefs to prevent customers from filling birth control prescriptions.
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Since: Aug 08
#1 Jan 24, 2013
If someone's religious views prevent them from doing a job they shouldn't work there and work elsewhere where it does not conflict with their views and the customers should not have to make sacrifices or be inconvenienced on behalf of another's personal views.
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