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:: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 ::

"The World is Going to Hell" Seems to Be a Recurring Theme

Read this. Be mad. Very mad. (Many thanks to Elizabeth for the link! Find her at left. ^_^)


The American Pharmacists Association, with 50,000 members, has a policy that says druggists can refuse to fill prescriptions if they object on moral grounds, but they must make arrangements so a patient can still get the pills. Yet some pharmacists have refused to hand the prescription to another druggist to fill.


Some advocates for women's reproductive rights are worried that such actions by pharmacists and legislatures are gaining momentum.

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a provision in September that would block federal funds from local, state and federal authorities if they make health care workers perform, pay for or make referrals for abortions.

"We have always understood that the battles about abortion were just the tip of a larger ideological iceberg, and that it's really birth control that they're after also," says Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

Running to dinner now, maybe some ranting later.

:: Kazen @ Always Doing 2:48 PM [+] ::
:: ... 5 comments | backtrack ::

Hrm. This is part of the grand plan to populate the entire world with Americans, you know.
No problem for the link. The office was just us women that day, so you can imagine the annoyances we felt. A brief run down of the thought process is in my blog...
ps-y'all can get to my blo from K's side bar
Elizabeth, you just said "y'all"! I have to come to the South and save you myself! ;)
yes! yes! please come down and visit. seriously, if you (and b) want to, over winter break, the airport in knoxville isn't too far away. justin's getting a flight in and out for 80$ each way. about the same as our train tix to toronto!

so... er...
yup, y'all take care now. i'ma gonna go ayand find me some arrrrheads 'n'not muss m'self in that thar mud...
y'all y'all y'all

perfectly good word. Much better than 'yous guys' or 'yous' or 'you guys'
/me nods.
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