Beshear: New Drug Law Already Getting Results

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Updated: 7/24/2012 8:05 pm
        Governor Steve Beshear says a new prescription drug law is already getting results even thought it's only been on the books a few days.
        
         The law expands the electronic drug reporting system and limits how much medicine with pseudoephedrine a person can buy in one month.
       
        Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant, but can also be used to make meth.
        
        Today, the Governor said four pain management clinics have already announced they're closing.
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