Tuesday, August 17, 2004

From the Providence (RI) Journal:
R.I. communities eye buying prescription drugs from Canada
Several Rhode Island municipalities are considering buying prescription medicines from Canada, and East Providence's mayor is promising there will be Canadian drug sales in his city, in the wake of a new law allowing state licensing of Canadian pharmacies.

At an event today to celebrate the passage of the law, which would not go into effect before January, East Providence Mayor Rolland Grant said the city would have a storefront for a Canadian pharmacy. Drugs from Canada can be as much as 60 percent cheaper than those bought in the United States.

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