The following quote from Steve Trombley, CEO for Planned Parenthood in Chicago, shows just how far off the board the rights of private business have become:
"When medical professionals write prescriptions for their patients, they are acting in their patients' best interests," Trombley said. "A pharmacist's personal views cannot intrude on the relationship between a woman and her doctor."
One idea that has been lost here is that a prescription is permission to dispense a medication, not an order to do so. If the pharmacist chose not to dispense, then he loses the business, and the patient is only out the time it would take to go to another pharmacy. If there had been a real emergency need for contraception in this case, I would think that the Planned Parenthood office would know of a pharmacy that would be happy to fill the prescription.
The use of law to compel the pharmacist to dispense medication for a purpose he finds immoral would be the same as compelling a newsstand owner to carry "The Ku Klux Klan Kwarterly" because he may not deny his customers' First Amendment rights to read it. I think that "the customer is always right" has gotten out of control on this one.