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hiaasenrocks Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-24-05 04:12 PM
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64. So the customer in this case was
raped? And there was only one pharmacy in town? Or are these two extremes used to illustrate a point?

When it comes to contraception, I'm 100% for it. As far as abortion, I really don't care if its legal or not. It just doesn't matter to me. So I have no axe to grind here. My argument is about who has what rights. Therefore, my solution would be for a store to simply not carry a product if they aren't willing to require their employees to deal with that product. There is no "right" to be able to purchase a product (including medicine) at a particular store.
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