For example, a pharmacist can reject a rape victim's prescription for emergency contraception. A woman with a life threatening condition can be refused an early abortion. This rule allows pharmacists to refuse birth control to Medicaid recipients, so lower income women will be hit the hardest.
Shouldn't a patient's health care rights come before the religious beliefs of the health care providers?
Reproductive health care is a human right.
Isn't the Bush admin. just politicizing women's health in order to "set Obama up" for confrontation with the religious right? Obama has stated that he understands there is a "moral dimension to abortion" but he has also promised to protect the rights of women who seek abortion.
I can respect a health care worker's "right of conscience" but it is wrong to put ideology or politics before women's health.
Hey, I don't see any religious or political leaders speaking out to restrict Viagra use for unmarried men.