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Senate Bill 0394

Senate Bill 0394

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Sale and tracking of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine. Requires the attorney general to enter into a memorandum of understanding with an entity to provide a pseudoephedrine (PSE) tracking system that meets certain standards. Requires a retailer to electronically transmit certain information concerning the sale of ephedrine and PSE to a statewide PSE tracking system. Requires the board of pharmacy to adopt certain rules concerning a pharmacy that does not comply with PSE tracking requirements. Provides that a retailer must begin entering data into the PSE tracking system not later than 180 days after the attorney general enters into the memorandum of understanding. Provides that an exemption to the tracking requirement for persons who do not sell exclusively to walk in customers applies only to persons who do not sell to any walk in customers. Requires the state police to report to the legislative council concerning the effectiveness of PSE tracking in reducing the illicit production of methamphetamine.
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    In Committee - first House
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