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The Trump administration may not support importing medicines from Canada, but that’s not stopping lawmakers in Vermont, who endorsed a bill that would make the state the first in the nation to designate wholesalers to buy drugs from across the border.

The bill, which was passed last week by both the Vermont House and Senate, is now before Gov. Phil Scott, who has so far not indicated whether he will sign the legislation into law but has until this week to decide. We asked his office for comment and will pass along any reply.

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  • Per Vermont state senator Claire Ayer, setting up a track-and-trace system for #drugs imported from Canada will be “no biggie?” HAHAHAHA! I guess VT hasn’t heard about the super-simple Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA)? Yikes

    • Or, why have all oher state importation plans failed? Ya know — “no biggie.” Oy vey.

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