Refusing to stock a product in a store you own is not shoving anything down anyone's throat, nor is it forcing my convictions on anyone, nor is it risking anyone's health. The store is mine — I built it, I worked for it, and I legally own it. Until today, I had a right to decide what I would stock and what I would not.
The Supreme Court took that right away from me and all of us who own businesses. It has nothing to do with reproductive rights. It has to with a store/business owner deciding what he or she will stock on the shelves. Not handling the morning after pill is not going to harm anyone, nor is it limiting anyone's rights. There are plenty of other places that will handle it.
No business owner should have to face the dilemma of having to stock any item - nor bake a cake, nor arrange flowers, for that matter. There should be no left or right agreement here. Both sides should be standing against this. Stocking the shelves requires store revenue to be spent and purchases to be made. It ties up personal/business assets and costs time and labor.
What happened is the government became the entity deciding what is good, proper, and how our businesses will be run. We now have to stock what the government tells us, regardless of personal convictions. Where is our right to choice? Welcome to the Soviet Union.