This is good. At least it's a better policy than some other chains which don't seem to care one way or the other. But I wish they would just drop this sort of crap -
The Cincinnati-based grocery chain said if its pharmacists object to fulfilling a request, the store must "make accommodations to have that prescription filled for our customer."and say if its pharmacists object to fulfilling a request, they can damn well find themselves another job.
Do health insurance companies allow claims examiners to deny covered claims relating to abortions? Do convenience stores allow clerks to deny the sale of adult magazines? Fuck no. They do that and get fired. So why are the pharmacists treated differently? Make them do their jobs.