Speaking about the Storman's Pharmacy case---in which religious pharmacists argued they had the right to refuse to fill valid prescriptions for emergency contraception---Dunn said, "I think that Mr. Storman, and the Storman family, is right in their fight. ... If somebody has a legitimate religious or moral objection to selling something like the morning after pill, they ought to have the right not to sell it if they so choose."
He continued: "[US District Court] Judge Ronald Leighton is the one that found that it was in fact unconstitutional to force this person, this group of people, to fill [prescriptions for emergency contraception] at their pharmacy. I think it's the right decision. I have a lot of compassion for the family and the fight that they've been going through, and I hope they win."
Further appeals are expected in the Storma's case.
Dunn's full interview is available here; the discussion about contraception starts around 29:45.