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LifeNews Note: Suzanne Bowdey serves as editorial director and senior writer at The Washington Standwhere this originally appeared. File photo.


Washington, DC – Joe Biden may believe in a woman’s right to choose, but what about a doctor’s? Or a nurse’s? Or a pharmacist’s? While the Left rants, vandalizes, and bullhorns about the sanctity of personal decisions, their version of individual freedom has limits. It doesn’t apply, for instance, to people who don’t share their radical worldview. In that case, there’s only one choice — surrender. But fortunately for America, there are still Christians like George Badeaux who refuse to.

The Minnesota pharmacist was just doing his job on a snowy January day in 2019 when a woman came in hoping to fill her prescription for the morning-after pill. Realizing the order was for emergency contraception, Badeaux came to the window and explained that he was sorry, but because of his personal beliefs, he couldn’t help her. Andrea Anderson started calling other drugstores in the area, to no avail. Eventually, she hit the road, driving 50 miles to a pharmacy that had the drug in stock and agreed to dispense it. Furious that she had to go out of her way and angry that the winter storm made the trip longer than expected, Anderson decided to sue. …

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