A nurse practitioner at an Idaho Planned Parenthood called a local Walgreen’s pharmacy to fill a prescription for Methergine, a medicine used to prevent or control bleeding of the uterus following childbirth or an abortion. The pharmacists refused to fill the prescription unless the nurse told her whether or not the patient had an abortion. Because of patient confidentiality laws, the nurse refused to disclose that information, and asked for a referral to another pharmacy. The pharmacist hung up.
Let’s recap: A nurse practitioner needed a medication to prevent bleeding. The pharmacist refused to fill it without knowing if the patient had an abortion because… why? If the patient had terminated a pregnancy, the pharmacist would refuse to give her medicine to stop bleeding? That is how you kill people.