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Last updated on Friday, April 29, 2011
(UNDATED) - Police in 68 Indiana cities will take back unneeded prescription drugs Saturday, the last time such an event should be needed.
The legislature has sent Governor Daniels a bill ordering the state pharmacy board to establish rules for drugstores to take back unused meds.
Current law requires a police presence.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says that makes it harder for people to get rid of a potential health hazard round the house.
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