Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill woman’s prescription for miscarriage medication

A Walgreens pharmacist refused to provide an Arizona woman with miscarriage medication, citing his ethical beliefs. Her response, in the form of a Facebook post, went viral over the weekend with more than 35,000 shares.

Arizona and five other states explicitly allow pharmacies or pharmacists to refuse to provide medication because of religious or moral objections, The New York Times reported.

Read more about Arteaga’s experience in The New York Times.

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