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Pharmacists Glenn Kosirog and Luke Vander Bleek will soon be back in court to argue that they shouldn't be forced to dispense emergency contraception, thanks to a recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling.
The court said the businessmen have the right to legally contest a 2005 order requiring pharmacies to offer the morning-after pill--an order the plaintiffs call a violation of their religious beliefs.
"If we can't make a decision on what drugs we can and cannot give, what rights do we have as U.S. citizens?" asked Kosirog, a member of College Church, a prominent evangelical congregation in Wheaton, Illinois.
In an increasing number of venues, health workers' …