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In the case Morr-Fitz v. Blagojevich, the Illinois State government forced pharmacists to sell emergency over the counter contraceptives to customers. This included the morning after pill and the week after. Some people like Glenn Kosirog and Luke Vander Bleek found this to be a difficult choice because it goes against their religious beliefs. (The Becket Fund, 2012). However, Governor Rod Blagojevich believed that by putting this policy in to place, it would lighten the moral judgment when it comes to the pharmacists refilling prescriptions. The governor also believed that if the pharmacist had issues concerning these emergencycontraceptives, that perhaps they should find another profession to work in.
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