Ohio ephedrine ban repeal passes legislature, awaits governor's signature.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
OHIO EPHEDRINE BAN REPEAL PASSES LEGISLATURE and is awaiting Gov. George Voinovich's (R) signature. The bill, Sub. H.B. 523, sponsored by Rep. Bill Schuck (R-Columbus), would amend Ohio's Schedule V controlled substances list to exempt foods or dietary supplements containing no more than 25 mg ephedrine alkaloids per dosage unit or serving.
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