Monday, February 23, 2004

From New York Newsday:
AP Poll: Drugs Costly for U.S. Families
Almost a third of Americans say paying for prescription drugs is a problem in their families, and many are cutting dosages to deal with the crunch, according to a poll by The Associated Press.

Nearly two-thirds of those surveyed in the AP-Ipsos poll said the government should make it easier to buy cheaper drugs from Canada or other countries.

From WTVO-TV (Ill.):
Stateline Company Selling Canadian Drugs May Be Legal
A Pecatoncia man who sells Canadian prescription drugs in the stateline says he's found a way to stay within the U.S. law.

Chuck Finch runs a Canadian prescription company in the stateline. Canadian RX Drug Benefit,tThe company he represents, filed for a Canadian corporation status because it felt it was the best way to protect their business.

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