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Walmart Says It Didn't Deny Drug to Woman for Religious Reasons 

Walmart is denying that a Georgia store refused to fill a prescription for a miscarrying woman because the drug, misoprostol, is also used in medication abortions. A Walmart spokesman says that the pharmacist refused to fill the prescription because she “believed that it was not medically indicated because… » 4/15/15 1:15pm 4/15/15 1:15pm

Drug Store Refuses To Sell Plan B To A Man Because Men Can't Get Pregnant, Silly

Drug store chain CVS has issued an apology to a man who says he was denied access to Plan B and a pregnancy test because he lacks a uterus. By this logic, women shouldn't be allowed to buy men's razors, condoms, or Gold Bond powder, unless they can produce evidence that the Gold Bond powder is not to be used on balls. » 12/15/11 6:30pm 12/15/11 6:30pm

Catholic Universities Vow To Smite Provision Requiring Them To Give Students Birth Control

Catholic universities have got their rosaries in a bunch over a provision in the Affordable Care Act that would require them to do something that makes the baby Jesus cry- outfit their students and employees with insurance plans that would cover hormonal birth control. » 10/11/11 5:55pm 10/11/11 5:55pm

The Next Birth Control Battle: Religious Exemptions

We got excited this week about the Obama administration accepting guidelines for private insurance to eliminate contraceptive co-pays. It's still good news, but there's always a catch: It only applies to new health insurance plans, and antichoicers are predictably making a stink, not only about the all-but-certain… » 8/03/11 11:10am 8/03/11 11:10am