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S*0622 (Rat #0163, Act #0124 of 1993) General Bill, By Bryan
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    A Bill to amend Section 40-43-150, as amended, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to certain drugs that only may be sold on prescription, so as to include therapeutically certified optometrists and physicians' assistants among those professionals who may prescribe medications, and to authorize emergency refills without a prescription under certain circumstances; to amend Section 40-47-25, as amended, relating to physician's assistants, so as to delete provisions relating to the number of assistants a physician may supervise; and to amend Section 44-53-290, relating to registration and manufacturing, distributing, or dispensing controlled substances, so as to authorize the Department to issue registrations to nurse practitioners and physicians' assistants for prescribing Schedule V controlled substances.-amended title
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03/31/93Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-4
03/31/93Senate Referred to Committee on Medical Affairs SJ-4
04/20/93Senate Polled out of committee Medical Affairs SJ-26
04/20/93Senate Favorable SJ-26
04/21/93Senate Read second time SJ-13
04/22/93Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-14
04/27/93House Introduced and read first time HJ-15
04/27/93House Referred to Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-16
05/06/93House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-38
05/20/93House Amended HJ-47
05/20/93House Read second time HJ-49
05/20/93House Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day HJ-49
05/21/93House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments HJ-24
05/25/93Senate Concurred in House amendment and enrolled SJ-27
06/10/93 Ratified R 163
06/14/93 Signed By Governor
06/14/93 Effective date 06/14/93
07/01/93 Act No. 124
07/01/93 Copies available

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