Pharmacists in Illinois will not face punishment for refusing to sell abortion-inducing drugs.
The state has declined to appeal a ruling protecting pharmacies that choose not to sell the drugs based on their religious objection.
A lower court first blocked a state mandate forcing the sale of the morning-after pill in 2005.
A court of appeals affirmed the ruling, stating Illinois law "prohibits discrimination in licensing."
The two pharmacies argued that the government can't force companies out of business based on religious beliefs.