Monday, January 24, 2005

U.S. governors want Martin's ear on 'life and death' Internet pharmacy issue

From the Canadian Press:
Six U.S. governors eager to keep cheap Canadian drugs flowing freely across the border want to take their pitch directly to Prime Minister Paul Martin.

In a letter sent to Martin on Wednesday, the governors say they want to meet Martin in Ottawa as soon as possible to head off a much-anticipated government crackdown they fear could come within a few weeks. The group, spearheaded by Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, says restricting the $1-billion trade could be disastrous for the estimated two million Americans shopping at mail-order pharmacies. more...

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