Comment of the Day: Pharmacists, Keep Your Religious Beliefs to Yourself
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We wrote about the downtown CVS refusing to sell a man a morning-after Plan B pill because he wasn't female.
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One reader had something to say about pharmacists invoking their "personal beliefs" on the job.
Sounds like a firing to be had. I can't fathom how people refuse or disrupt service in any retail industry by bringing their "personal beliefs" into a situation. If you have a legitimate issue, you bring it up with your company to determine if action should be taken, not instill them on everyone else.
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