Technically yes. There are a few reasons they can which are: they can think you are abusing them or diverting them, that you have been Dr. shopping and just picked up another script for them recently or if your Dr. recently canceled it or if he just got into trouble and is now under an audit by the DEA like many Dr.'s are now this year.
Different states have different policies and regulations. Go to the website of your state's Board of Pharmacy. Just google it. I live in Az and here is a link to my states refill policy. It gives some of the rights of a pharmacist in judging whether or not to fill but you should look up your own state's rules and regs.
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