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Pseudoephedrine

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Amended bill restricting pseudoephedrine-containing OTC sales to three packages per transaction is before Arkansas Senate Judiciary Committee following House passage March 12. The bill, HB 1417, also would make it illegal to sell such products to anyone under 18. CHPA had opposed an earlier version of the bill, which would have classified pseudoephedrine as a Schedule V substance to be dispensed only under direct pharmacist supervision (1"The Tan Sheet" Feb. 26, In Brief). Similar legislation restricting the quantity of pseudoephedrine that may be purchased in a single transaction is being considered in Missouri (SB 608) and Washington (SB 5017)

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