Recent Updates

Holiday Drunk Driving Crackdown

Officers from nearly 150 agencies in 26 Michigan counties kicked off a campaign Tuesday to pay special attention to drunk drivers over the Fourth of July holiday period. The campaign attempts to decrease alcohol-related traffic deaths and serious injuries, which are the highest during the summer, with July and August …

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New Legislation Regarding Physical Therapy

Governor Rick Snyder has signed a five-bill package allowing Michigan patients to seek out and initiate physical therapy treatment without first receiving a referral from a physician. Under the legislation, residents would be able to visit a physical therapist up to 10 times during a 21-day period without a physician …

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Compounding Pharmacies Legislation

Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation that imposes tighter regulations on so-called “compounding pharmacies” in the state. The bills require properly licensed ‘pharmacists in charge’ to be on duty; more detailed record keeping of compounded drugs; regular inspections by state authorities; and criminal background checks for unlicensed pharmacists and those licensed …

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