The Atlanta Journal Constitution wrote a hard-hitting editorial in the wake of a suburban Atlanta woman's run-in with an "no go" pharmacist:
Clearly, individuals can disagree about contraception, abortion, assisted suicide or execution by lethal injection, all of which are involved in this issue. But to allow pharmacists to impose their beliefs on customers is unreasonable. Additionally, permitting pharmacists to deny drugs on subjective grounds is an open-ended invitation to refuse to fill any prescription.
See Atlanta Journal Constitution (editoral, registration required); Capital Times (Madison, WI); Chicago Maroon (editorial); Desert Sun (USA Today story); Feminist Majority Foundation; SF Gate