House leaders drop opposition to pill...

House leaders drop opposition to pill-tracking database

There are 3 comments on the WBZL-TV Hollywood story from Apr 13, 2011, titled House leaders drop opposition to pill-tracking database. In it, WBZL-TV Hollywood reports that:

Florida House leaders abruptly changed direction Tuesday on how to combat widespread abuse of narcotic pain pills, dropping objections to a statewide computer system to track pill prescriptions.

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htescammers

Marion, IN

#1 Apr 14, 2011
break it down for me PLEASE

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#2 Apr 14, 2011
htescammers wrote:
break it down for me PLEASE
Simply means the opposition,mainly Gov.Scott, has given his blessings to the implementation of the data base. Purdue is putting 1 million toward it and the state doesnt have to pay anything. Those opposed said it was a violation of our privacy. I dont know exactly when it will be up and running ,but should be up around Sept. or October. HAGD...
Vlad

Atlanta, GA

#3 Apr 14, 2011
Scott will never sign off on this bill.

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