Jul 23, 2015

Pharmacy owners cannot cite religion to deny medicine: U.S. appeals court | Reuters

The state of Washington can require a pharmacy to deliver medicine even if the pharmacy's owner has a religious objection, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday, the latest in a series of

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