Some Pharmacies Refuse to Fill Birth Control Prescriptions

At Kay Pharmacy, Koelzer's business decision reflects his personal choices; his wife does not use birth control and they happily have nine children. "They're not the right way for humans to be the best humans we can be," he said.

"In my case, this is my business and I made the decision to carry what products I want to, whether it be cigarettes, which I don't carry, or pornography, or birth control pills," he said.

"That's my right. So women certainly have rights in this country, and I'm not out there trying to take anything away from them. I'm just using my God given right and the freedom of the United States to sell what I want in my own pharmacy."

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