Pro-life groups zero in on drugstore chains that plan to fill abortion-pill prescriptions

An important step in ending abortion in America.

Neighborhood drugstores still reeling from Black Lives Matter riots, shoplifting surges and opioid litigation now face a new challenge: pushback over the abortion pill.

Pro-life groups mobilized after Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid confirmed that they plan to fill prescriptions for the two-drug abortion regimen. They were responding to the Food and Drug Administration’s Jan. 3 finalization of a rule that lets retail pharmacies dispense the pills in stores and via mail.

Since then, the pharmaceutical chains have had a taste of what it’s like to be Planned Parenthood.

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