The Kentucky Senate passed SB3, a bill that limits the sale of pseudoephedrine, by a 29-8 vote on Friday. The terms of SB3 place new restrictions on the over-the-counter purchase of dry forms of pseudoephedrine. Once the bill is signed in to law by Governor Beshear, consumers will need to obtain a doctor’s prescription if they require more than 7.2 grams of pseudoephedrine pills per month or 24 grams per year. The new restrictions, outlined in the bill, only apply to dry forms of the drug. Gel caps and liquid forms of pseudoephedrine will not be effected.
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