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File #: 4912    Version: 0 Name: Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/13/2016 In control: County Legislature
On agenda: 10/17/2016 Final action: 10/17/2016
Title: AN ORDINANCE enacting chapter 73., Jackson County Code, 1984, consisting of sections 7300., 7301., 7302., 7303., 7304., 7305., 7306., 7307., 7308., and 7309., relating to the establishment of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program with a severability clause, a penalty provision, and an effective date.
Sponsors: Crystal Williams, Theresa Cass Galvin, Tony Miller, Garry J. Baker, Scott Burnett, Alfred Jordan, Dennis Waits, Dan Tarwater III, Greg Grounds
Indexes: CHAPTER 73, JACKSON COUNTY CODE, PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM
Attachments: 1. 4912adopt
Related files: 4926, 19370, 19307, 19417, 20785
Corrected
October 18, 2016
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI


Title
AN ORDINANCE enacting chapter 73., Jackson County Code, 1984, consisting of sections 7300., 7301., 7302., 7303., 7304., 7305., 7306., 7307., 7308., and 7309., relating to the establishment of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program with a severability clause, a penalty provision, and an effective date.


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ORDINANCE NO. 4912, October 17, 2016

INTRODUCED BY Crystal Williams, Theresa Galvin, Tony Miller, Garry J. Baker, Scott Burnett, Alfred Jordan, Dennis Waits, Dan Tarwater III, and Greg Grounds, County Legislators


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WHEREAS, the State of Missouri is the only state in the union without a comprehensive statewide program that requires pharmacies to monitor or track the prescribing and dispensing of schedule II, III, and IV Controlled Substances within the state; and,

WHEREAS, after repeated consideration, the Missouri General Assembly has failed to enact legislation to establish such a statewide program as exists in the other forty-nine states; and,

WHEREAS, in the absence of a statewide program, Jackson County desires to enact an ordinance establishing a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program in its jurisdiction; and,

WHEREAS, the Legislature hereby approves the creation of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program; now therefore,

BE IT ORDAINED by the County Legislature of Jackson County, Missouri, as follows:

Section A. Enacting Clause. Chapter 73., Jackson County Code, 1984, consisting of sections 7300., 7301., 7302., 7303., 7304., 7305., 7306., 7307., 7308., and 7309. is hereby enacted, to read as follows:

CHAPTER 73

PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM


7300. Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Established.
There is established the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program ("PDMP"). The provisions of the PDMP shall not apply to persons licensed pursuant to chapter 340 of the Revised Statues of Missouri (RSMo), which deals with the licensing of veterinaria...

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