Texas Considers 'Conscience Clause' for Pharmacists A bill in Texas state legislature would protect pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions based on their opposition to abortion. Most of the prescriptions are for emergency contraceptives and birth control. Ten states are looking to expand "conscience clauses" for pharmacists.

Texas Considers 'Conscience Clause' for Pharmacists

Texas Considers 'Conscience Clause' for Pharmacists

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A bill in Texas state legislature would protect pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions based on their opposition to abortion. Most of the prescriptions are for emergency contraceptives and birth control. Ten states are looking to expand "conscience clauses" for pharmacists.

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