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  1. conscience clause

    • IPA[ˈkänSHəns klôz]
    • n.
      a clause that makes concessions to the consciences of those affected by a law
    • noun: conscience clause, plural noun: conscience clauses

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    • 1. North American a clause that makes concessions to the consciences of those affected by a law the conscience clause allows pharmacists who have strong religious or moral beliefs to refuse to provide treatments or procedures with which they disagree
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    • n.
      a clause in a law providing for exemption or other allowances on the grounds of moral or ... the conscience clause allows pharmacists who have strong religious or moral beliefs to refuse to provide treatments or procedures with which they disagree

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