Minnesota trial focuses on pharmacist who refused to provide morning-after pill

A Minnesota jury is expected to decide by the end of this week whether a woman's human rights were violated when a pharmacist denied her request to fill a prescription for emergency contraception, sometimes called the morning-after pill.
A Minnesota jury is expected to decide by the end of this week whether a woman’s human rights were violated when a pharmacist denied her request to fill a prescription for emergency contraception, sometimes called the morning-after pill.