Skip to comments.Pharmacies Balk on After-Sex Pill and Widen Fight in Many States
Posted on 04/18/2005 9:38:04 PM PDT by neverdem
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If the physician would simply write a prescription for either Lo-Ovral, Nordette, Levlen, and Trilevlen (oral contraceptives) which most pharmacists will fill without question, the woman could take 4 pills ASAP and 4 more 12 hours later and accomplish the same effect as the plan B pill.
Possible translations: (a) "We are not industrious or well-funded enough to gather these numbers [since we are totally addicted to government funding to subsidize our studies of how often humans act on immoral impulses];" (b) "Not many people are complaining about this."
Given the massive funding given Planned
EugenicsParenthood, NARAL et al. by Soros, Buffett and fellow travelers, my guess is that the numbers are not on their side.
Birth control is here to stay.
One thing everybody here seems to have missed is that the thing they're talking about now, i.e. Plan-B, is technically still a contraceptive and not an outright abortion pill like RU486. It pretty much has to be taken the next day in order to be effective.
I would assume that a pharmacy which refused to carry it on "moral grounds" was basically being run by people too stupid for me to want to deal with them.
I thought this was RU486 but now I see it's different. RU486 I could not sell with a good conscience.
I couldn't sell that either :(
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