In six Catholic hospitals in Colorado, a rape victim must undergo an ovulation test before the doctor will consider giving her emergency contraception. If she has ovulated (and might be pregnant) the doctor won't give her the option. If she hasn't ovulated then they'll tell her about ECP.
There are some major legal issues here, which I don't know enough about to flesh out. I'm thinking: standard of care (even under the strict locality rule) and informed consent. Someone on feministe suggested some discrimination. Any brilliant legal minds want to comment?