Tennessee Emerges As PSE Battleground With Rx, NPLEx Proposals
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The conflict between electronic tracking of pseudoephedrine purchases and shifting the drug ingredient to prescription-only status is elevated in Tennessee as lawmakers offer bills for both anti-methamphetamine strategies.
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