Regarding this question from Patrick, in my previous entry:
4. Recent reports indicate that some pharmacists are refusing to sell their customers the controversial "morning-after pill" when the customer prevents their prescription. Should pharmacists be allowed to refuse to sell a medication for which a customer presents a valid prescription based on their own religious beliefs?
My first answer, which I deleted, was no, a pharmacist should not be allowed to refuse the customer. Then I pondered awhile, and decided to the contrary... yes, they should be allowed to refuse a customer. But after reading some answers from other J-landers, and reading their well-thought-out reasons for their answers...
I don't know. It's another of those issues where there doesn't seem to be any right answer, for me. But seeing the other viewpoints has certainly made me think... and that's a good thing.