The store manager had promised me that the pharmacist would write an apology to me. Today, the pharmacist called me to apologize. I asked her about the written apology and she said the manager said she could just call. When I called the manager about this, he said she didn't want to write to me because that would give me proof for a lawsuit because I had mentioned a lawyer in my complaint. I told him that I had not mentioned a lawyer - only the newspaper and that by her saying that, it pretty much tells me she broke the law somehow. He told me they could not force an employee to write a letter. Since when? He said she was punished - they wrote in her record. Big deal - I had been told the pharmacy tech had several complaints and she's still there. I told him that I didn't want anyone fired - just wanted a written apology. The phone conversation was followed up with the district pharmacy rep calling me. She said she could have the store manager or the pharmacy manager write me a letter but that wasn't in the pharmacist's job description. Oh brother - most of us probably wish we had jobs where they are afraid to say or do anything to upset an employee. I e-mailed the local paper and I'm going to follow up with a phone call tomorrow. Hoping they will do a story and keep my name out of it. If not, maybe I'll let them use my name if they explain about Fibromyalgia in the article. What do you guys think?