Will Oklahoma Dextromethorphan Age Restriction Bill Lead The Way?
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Increasing momentum in states for age restrictions on sales of dextromethorphan-containing cough/cold products could drive retail industry support for a federal bill mandating a uniform, nationwide age restriction
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A New York county adopts an ordinance limiting sales of dextromethorphan products to consumers 19 years old and up, while trade groups are looking to a uniform national solution that will curb abuse, maintain consumer access and limit retailer burdens