Much has been written about the National Precursor Log Exchange, West Virginia’s pseudoephedrine tracking system that rolled out to every state pharmacy earlier this year. But one thing missing from the coverage, we thought, was an explanation of how the thing actually works.
Last week, Mike Goff at the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy was nice enough to show me. Click here to read my story.
In other news…
- Lawmakers are back in town this week for interim meetings. Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss told members of a joint finance committee on Monday they need to start thinking about changes to state law in case of another government shutdown.
- Speaking of the shutdown, Daily Mail business editor Jared Hunt has this story about how the two-week lapse in government funding could affect the holiday shopping season.
- Construction of the West Virginia Division of Highways is on schedule, with tenants scheduled to move in next fall.
- Speeding up construction of Corridor H would bring about $1.25 billion in new revenue to West Virginia, according to a new study.