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CVS requesting ID for nail polish remover

Where’s Eric Holder when you need him protecting our rights? Oh, yeah: he’s only protecting the rights of some people, some of the time.

This is not due to some law. It’s a purely arbitrary decision on the part of one retail pharmacy chain, the owners of CVS and Long’s Pharmacies. Since the first announcement, CVS’s policy has moved to Chicago, Washington, DC, Hawaii, as well as “Southern New England.”

And yet, some judge said Plan B should be available to anyone, at any age. In addition, some of my colleagues in the American Academy of Family Physicians want to make regular birth control pills over the counter.

 

CVS pharmacy customers are being asked for identification when they buy nail polish remover, WPRI 12 News reports.

The policy, which has been rolled out across southern New England in the past few weeks, means customers must show ID and will be limited on the number of bottles of remover they can purchase, according to the station.

The drugstore chain says the rule is an attempt to curb the making of illegal methamphetamine, and issued this statement, according to the station:

via CVS requesting ID for nail polish remover, in effort to curb ‘meth’ production | Fox News.

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