The National Association of Evangelicals joined with the Assemblies of God, Evangelical Presbyterian Church, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, and several other groups in an amici brief defending the right of pro-life pharmacists to not dispense Plan B, a drug they believe causes abortions. 

After the Washington State Board of Pharmacy passed a regulation requiring certain pharmacies to stock and dispense Plan B but exempting others, Ralph’s Thriftway, a family-owned pharmacy, and two pharmacists filed suit in Stormans v. Selecky arguing that forcing pharmacists to dispense Plan B violated their religious conscience.

In February 2012, a federal district judge struck down the law. The state is currently appealing the decision to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.