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November 24, 2010 6:54 AM

Florida legislators inadvertently ease oversight of 'pill mills'

In their zeal to slow down government regulations, Florida lawmakers have inadvertently halted an effort to regulate so-called "pill mills" that fuel an epidemic of prescription drug abuse.

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