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ATLANTA — A bill passed by the Georgia House of Representatives Tuesday will restrict the sale of products containing pseudoephedrine to only pharmacies — a factor that will eliminate PSE products for sale at any gas stations, convenience stores and mass merchants/supermarkets without a pharmacy.
PSE, however, still will be available without a prescription. The bill is headed to the governor's office for signing.