It's considered emergency contraception and now it's the newest controversy facing the "Morning After" pill. A new federal bill, if passed, would require all pharmacists to fill prescriptions regardless of moral or religious beliefs. Currently, according to the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy, if a pharmacist doesn't want to fill a prescription, such as the morning after pill on the basis of moral or religious beliefs, they can choose not to.
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