Saturday, March 12, 2005

Pawlenty to consider drug imports from Britain

From the Grand Forks (ND) Herald:
Gov. Tim Pawlenty could decide next week to make drugs sold by some British pharmacies available through a state program that now helps Minnesotans get low-cost drugs from Canada.

Last week, two state workers visited pharmacies in Britain and will have a report and recommendations to Pawlenty next week, said Human Services Commissioner Kevin Goodno.

Pawlenty's approval could mean that by June, Minnesotans could order their medications from one or two British pharmacies in addition to those in Canada. ...more

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