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NEW YORK — A new law in Missouri allows state regulatory officials to test drugs during inspections.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law the bill, S.B. 306, which allows the Missouri Board of Pharmacy to establish a program for testing drugs, including compounded drugs, with testing paid for by the board. The law previously allowed the board only to inspect businesses selling drugs or chemicals.
A copy of the bill is here.
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