Wednesday, July 16, 2003

From the St. Petersburg (FL) Times:
Fight against Canadian drugs stumbles on paper
The Florida State Board of Pharmacy, which is mounting an ad campaign against Canadian pharmacy sales in their state, has acutally granted licenses to two Canadian drugstore. The regulators insist the licenses were "inadvertently issued."

From the Gloucester County (NJ) Times:
Lower prices with strings
A New Jersey storefront operator is organizing the "Great American Prescription Tragedy. He intends to send Congress voided copies of prescriptions from individuals unable to afford the cost of the medications.

From the Honolulu Advertiser:
Seniors put relief ahead of drug law
Buying medications from Canada has arrived in Hawaii.

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