From Cosmo: Women Denied Rx for Her Abortion from CVS Pharmacy "and the law says that's OK"

"A CVS Pharmacist Stood in the Way of My Abortion — and the Law Says That's OK"
According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), "A pharmacy's or pharmacist's refusal to sell birth control does not violate a woman's federal constitutional rights. The U.S. Constitution imposes no limitations on nongovernmental institutions like privately owned pharmacies. Even if the refusal takes place in a state-owned pharmacy, a woman has no federal constitutional right to receive contraception. Although the Constitution protects a woman's right to contraception, it does not ensure that women can access reproductive health services."