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Florida Governor Refuses $1 Million Gift For Drug Database
Florida Governor Refuses $1 Million Gift For Drug Database

Purdue Pharma, maker of the notorious narcotic painkiller OxyContin, has offered $1 million to the state of Florida to help launch the much-anticipated Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. But Florida Governor Rick Scott's response? No thanks. Scott announced a few weeks ...

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