The Ryan Haight Act that I discussed in my Internet Pharmacy Criminal Defense Issues Part 2 article was unanimously passed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee last week. Adding more fuel to my pro-criminal defense attorney argument that Congress must really think that online pharmacy prescriptions without physical examinations (or doctor-patient relationships) are currently legal, the bill will now be considered by the full House. Legitscript believes the bill might be on the President’s desk by the end of the month.
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