North Carolina cops seek list of people on pain meds

September 11, 2010
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If you live in North Carolina and you take pain medication, the police want to know who you are so that they can arrest you for drug abuse. This applies to about 30% of the state’s population. The state sheriff’s association asked the state’s legislative health care committee last Tuesday for permission to access a database, now only available to doctors and pharmacists, on an ongoing basis. The whole reason why the database exists in the first place is to allow doctors to decide whether or not people are “abusing the system,” but only 20% of the state’s doctors presently use it at all. The ACLU, which has opposed similar measures in the past, has vowed to do so again.

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