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Tennessee AG Challenges Local PSE Prescription Laws

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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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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