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Wal-Mart To Carry Morning-After Pill?

Women's groups are pressuring Wal-Mart to change their policy and start carrying the morning-after Pill. What do you think?
  • "Wal-Mart has always sold emergency contraceptives. What do you think the paint aisle is for?"

    Paul Zagoras
    Fish And Wildlife Conservation Officer
  • "Wal-Mart didn't carry the medication when I needed it, but in the interest of serving my needs, the pharmacist did refer to a very inspirational Bible passage."

    Mike Gerald
    CPA
  • "It makes sense to me, because when I think about birth control, my first thought is definitely Wal-Mart customers."

    Erica Tunnison
    Bartender