Pharmacist refuses to fill transgender woman’s prescription
Pharmacists in Arizona – and six other states — can refuse to fill prescriptions based on religious grounds. Recently, a transgender woman and a woman facing a miscarriage were refused medication at big chains in the state, sparking controversy.
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