Wednesday, May 12, 2004

From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
Petro pushes Canadian drug plan
One of Ohio's top elected officials is asking the federal government to allow the importation of low-cost drugs from Canada.

Attorney General Jim Petro joined 19 other state attorneys general in asking Tommy Thompson, the head of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to authorize their system for permitting Canadian drugs to enter the United States.

"There needs to be immediate action - right now - to help relieve the financial burden faced by so many Ohioans who need prescription drugs," Petro said.

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