One of the new laws would set new penalties for anyone who gets another person to buy pseudoephedrine for them with the intent to use the drug to make meth.
Young Michiganders will not face drug charges when reporting life-threatening emergencies related to prescription drugs. That’s under a bill Governor Rick Snyder signed into law today (Wed.).
Republican state Representative Al Pscholka introduced the so-called “good Samaritan” law.
The new law takes effect in 90 days.
A task force appointed by Governor Rick Snyder, says Michigan needs to change its current prescription drug monitoring system. A recent report released by the task force offered a number of recommendations. Continue reading
Some Michigan nurses would be able to prescribe drugs without a doctor’s consent. That’s under a bill up for a state Senate committee hearing on Tuesday.
Michigan health professionals are planning to “get people excited” about dealing with health challenges and making healthy choices at Tuesday’s health summit in Mount Pleasant.
Popping pills and shooting up; experts say drugs are becoming more of a problem in central Michigan, especially prescription drugs and heroin.