https://abcnews.go.com/US/woman-denied-morning-pill-pharmacists-beliefs-lawsuit/story?id=67683626 Andrea Anderson, a 39-year-old mother of five, said she was first refused the pill at her local pharmacy, Thrifty White Pharmacy in McGregor, according to a lawsuit filed in Minnesota’s Ninth Judicial District on Tuesday. Anderson called in the prescription and just before she went to pick it up, she received a call from a pharmacist there who told her that he couldn't fill the prescription because of his "personal beliefs," the lawsuit claims. After complaining to the pharmacy's owner, Anderson claimed she was told that this was not the first time the pharmacist, who also serves as a local pastor, refused a prescription. When she tried a CVS that was located about 25 minutes away, she was allegedly told her prescription couldn't be filled there either. The pharmacist at the CVS also tried to stop Anderson from obtaining it at a nearby Walgreens by allegedly telling her that they didn't have it in stock, the lawsuit claims. Another development with the religious freedom (to tell you how to live your life) crowd. Does this have a limit or has the religious freedom claims opened a wound that will be unable to be closed without it being eliminated in it’s entirety. Cakes, photographs, pharmaceuticals, medical treatment, therapy, housing, education, employment... even pizza has a religious purpose it seems. Was this the goal of freedom of religion? Or is it a perversion of it? I wonder if the pastors religion also covers lying?