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CVS, Kroger, and Rite Aid will hand over your medical data to the police without a warrant.

And even if your state has protections, you’re still not safe:

Because the chains often share records across all locations, a pharmacy in one state can access a person’s medical history from states with more-restrictive laws. Carly Zubrzycki, an associate professor at the University of Connecticut law school, wrote last year that this could link a person’s out-of-state medical care via a “digital trail” back to their home state.