- Tennessee bill that would block PSE sales to drug offenders goes to governor's desk
- Economic analysis: Prescription-only status for PSE would drive up physician visits, healthcare costs
- West Virginia prescription-only PSE bill passes Senate, heads to House of Delegates
- Reports: Fruth Pharmacy has sold nearly 1,000 boxes of tamper-resistant pseudoephedrine product
- Nexafed gains national distribution
WASHINGTON — The Consumer Healthcare Products Association on Thursday provided an update around pseudoephedrine legislation in its "CHPA Executive Newsletter," which is published monthly.
A bill supporting the use of the National Precursor Log Exchange is scheduled to be heard by Colorado's Senate Judiciary Committee on May 4 following a House vote of 50-14 to pass the bill.
In Hawaii, a bill to adopt NPLEx is awaiting Gov. Neil Abercrombie's signature. If signed, Hawaii would become the 22nd NPLEx state.
Alabama last month created a meth offender block list and restricted the sale of PSE to pharmacies. And Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has on his desk a bill that would block anyone convicted of a methamphetamine-related crime from purchasing any PSE products for a period of seven years.