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The Human Journey
Defending freedom of conscience on emergency contraception
The UK's biggest abortion provider, British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), has attacked pharmacists who do not sell the 'morning after pill' for conscience reasons. After one incident where a pharmacist would not dispense emergency contraception to a woman for 'personal' reasons, BPAS condemned both the pharmacist and the conscience protections provided to pharmacists. A petition was also set up to prevent pharmacists from claiming freedom of conscience rights.
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