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S.B. No. 71
Session Year 2005
 


AN ACT CONCERNING PRESCRIPTION DRUG LABELS.

To assist persons in remembering why their doctor has prescribed a particular prescription drug for them.

Introduced by:
General Law Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/18/2005Change of Reference, House to Committee on Public Health
 3/18/2005Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Public Health
 3/17/2005(GL)Change of Reference to Public Health
 3/15/2005Referred to Joint Committee on General Law
 3/14/2005Drafted by Committee
 3/3/2005(GL)Vote to Draft
 2/25/2005Public Hearing 03/01
 1/6/2005Referred to Joint Committee on General Law

Co-sponsors of SB-71

Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, 17th Dist.

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