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N.J. Lawmakers To Consider Age Restriction For DXM

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The state legislature’s Law and Public Safety Committee in November unanimously passed the bill to require photo identification for purchases of products containing dextromethorphan and impose a fine of up to $750 on employees and retail establishments for violations.


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