TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - A federal judge says Washington pharmacists still don't have to sell the "morning-after pill" if they have moral objections.
It's another court victory for opponents of emergency contraception, sold as "Plan B." s
Some pharmacists and drug store owners refuse to sell the pills, because they say the super-dose of birth control is too close to abortion.
The state has tried to force those drug stores and pharmacists to sell Plan B anyway, saying that women have a right to get legally prescribed drugs.
Druggists are challenging the rules on religious grounds and a federal judge said Friday that the rules will continue to be suspended while the trial proceeds.