MO Is The Only State Without Prescription Database

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A bill to create a database for monitoring prescriptions faltered again in Missouri, as the state’s legislative session ended without the measure coming to a vote, the Wall Street Journal reports. That leaves Missouri as the only remaining state without such a database, which experts say would help track and prevent the over-prescribing of controlled substances such as opioids. The databases allow . . .

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