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HB1032: Photo ID For Controlled Prescriptions

Privacy & Technology
Bill Number: HB1032
Year: 2009
ACLU Position: Active Oppose
Sponsors: Rep. Liston

Description:

Directs a pharmacist to require photo identification from a person who seeks to purchase a prescription for any schedule II through IV controlled substance. Requires the pharmacist to document the person's information. Permits the pharmacist to provide prescriptions in emergency situations to persons without photo identification provided they comply with the documentation requirements of this act.

Read the bill here.


Current Status:

01/26/2009 Postponed Indefinitely in House Health & Human Services Committee



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