Walgreens is accused of violating the state Human Rights Act after a store pharmacist refused to provide medication prescribed to a teen in preparation for a birth control insertion procedure, according to a lawsuit.

Citing his “personal beliefs,” a pharmacist at the drugstore chain’s store at Coors and Montaño told the teen’s mother that he would not provide the in-stock medication and that she would have to go to another store, the lawsuit filed in state District Court earlier this month alleges.

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