Board Bill Number 36 | Session 2016-2017

Program for monitoring the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances

Board Bill

BOARD BILL NO. 36 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMEN AND ALDERMEN LYDA KREWSON, CARA SPENCER, DIONNE FLOWERS, MEGAN-ELLYIA GREEN, CAROL HOWARD, KENNETH ORTMANN FRANK WILLIAMSON, JOSEPH VACCARO, PRESIDENT REED, MARLENE DAVIS, STEPHEN CONWAY, SHANE COHN, DONNA BARINGER, LARRY ARNOWITZ, ANTONIO FRENCH, JOSEPH VOLLMER, TERRY KENNEDY, JEFFREY BOYD, CHRISTINE INGRASSIA An ordinance pertaining to the development and administration of a program for monitoring the prescribing and dispensing of Schedule II, III, and IV controlled substances by professionals licensed to prescribe or dispense such substances within the City of St. Louis; establishing penalties for violations thereof; authorizing Health Department officials to work with officials in St. Louis County, which is currently setting up a prescription drug monitoring program; authorizing the receipt of donations for support of the monitoring program; and containing an emergency clause.

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Legislative History

Sponsor: Lyda Krewson
Co-Sponsors: Dionne Flowers
Christine Ingrassia
Stephen Conway
Kenneth Ortmann
Joseph Vollmer
Larry Arnowitz
Carol Howard
Megan E. Green
Donna Baringer
Terry Kennedy
Marlene E Davis
Cara Spencer
Antonio D French
Jeffrey L Boyd
Joseph Vaccaro
Shane Cohn
Frank Williamson
Lewis E Reed
Committee: Health and Human Services
Actions: 05/20/2016 Third Reading
05/13/2016 Perfection
05/06/2016 Second Reading
04/29/2016 First Reading

05/20/2016 Final Passage Vote Results

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Effective Date: 05/31/2016
Ordinance #: 70277

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