Tennessee AG Challenges Local PSE Prescription Laws
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Tennessee AG Robert Cooper pushes back against local ordinances to require prescriptions for pseudoephedrine. Acura Pharmaceuticals says stricter local laws could block potential extraction-resistant products from OTC sale.
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