Dayton may require prescription for popular cold and allergy medicine
12th Judicial District Attorney General Mike Taylor, right, speaks in support of the proposed ordinance during the Dayton City Council meeting on Monday.
Published: 4:29 PM, 12/03/2013
Author: Reed Johnson Source: The Herald-News
Pharmacies within the city limits of Dayton could soon be requiring a prescription in order to sell pseudoephedrine after city officials voted unanimously to pass the first reading of the ordinance on Monday.
In order to take full effect, the Dayton City Council must pass the ordinance a second time, and that reading is scheduled for Monday, Jan 6.
For further details, see the Wednesday edition of The Herald-News.