I apologize if I mistook what you read, but when I read
"any pharmacy that is INTENTIONALLY holding back meds/info from any persons legally allowed access to said material, based on anything solely moral/personal and not scientific/medical, should be heavily punished and or shut down and licenses suspend revoked etc." I was assuming this was the case. Any woman over the age of 17 is legally allowed to access plan B. They gain that access by going to the pharmacy counter and the pharmacist must then write a prescription for it. I took your comment to mean that because women are legally allowed to get plan B that every pharmacist must give them the medication and write the prescription for one.
Also, just because someone has a prescription doesn't mean a pharmacist is (or should be) forced to fill that prescription under their license. We turn away people we suspect of being drug addicts and don't fill their oxy's or methadone. A pharmacist in many states (where the law isn't backwards) may also refuse to fill abortifacients based on their moral convictions. A patient doesn't have the right to force someone to go against their ethical values in order to preform a non-necessary function of their practice. A woman can't demand that any doctor preform an abortion on her, much the same way no one should force a pharmacist to fill drugs that they have deep ethical convictions about. When it comes to life necessary medications I agree with you. But things like birth control or abortifacients I do not agree with being forced to fill. I don't support degrading the profession and forcing individuals to use their license as nothing more than dispensary slaves because a person believes that the drug unethically kills another human or if they disagree with contraception. I think it's an infringement of rights to tell someone to sit down and fill a non-necessary med under an individuals license that they have earned and pay for to fill a prescription because a patient is entitled to a med and that no has the right to stand by their ethical/moral values.