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Limited Access To Sudafed Up For Vote In The Legislature
Updated February 1, 2016 7:16 AM
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(STATEHOUSE) - Legislators may take a first step today toward deciding how much to limit your access to Sudafed and similar medication.

House Speaker Brian Bosma endorsed a prescription requirement to keep pseudoephedrine out of the hands of meth cooks. But Auburn Representative Ben Smaltz changed his own bill to skip that requirement if you already fill a prescription at that pharmacy. In the Senate, Logansport Republican Randy Head has supported a prescription requirement in the past, but he's the author this year of a bill to have your pharmacist question you about why you're buying the medicine.

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