Kansas House Advances ‘Conscience’ Protection for Drugs That Might Cause Abortion

Posted on April 1st, 2012 by

Kansas House is moving into the birth control debate with a bill that would allow pharmacists to bow out of providing drugs they believe might cause an abortion… They believe the law would open the door for a pharmacist to refuse a request for something like the “morning-after” pill, which the Mayo Clinic says can prevent or delay ovulation, block fertilization or keep a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus.

 

 

Kansas City Star by Brad Cooper   4/1/12

Tags: abortion, Kansas House, Legal / Leadership, Pharmacology, Women's Health

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