Statutes And RulesAbove are downloads for the Kansas Pharmacy Act. You may view of print the entire lawbook in PDF or Microsoft Word versions by choosing the version above. The lawbook listed above contains the current "unofficial" pharmacy law and rules. Official copies of the law may be obtained from the statute books. Official copies of the regulations may be obtained from the Kansas Secretary of State. The "unofficial" laws and rules contained in this book are not to be considered the final authority on the current law. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this book, for legal purposes the law should be obtained from the statute books and the rules from the Kansas Secretary of State's Administrative Regulations.
Pharmacy Statutes and Regulations
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Administrative rules implement or interpret law, prescribe policy, or describe the organization, procedure, or practice requirements of an executive branch agency. Below are links that will provide you with additional information on the Board's planned rule making. Currently proposed and newly-adopted rules are available from these links. Rule Tracker. This tool tracks the rule-making process from Notice of Intended Action to adoption and includes public comment deadlines, public hearing dates, Administrative Rules Review Committee ARRC meeting dates and actions taken, published rule-making documents ARCs , and effective dates. You may comment on noticed rules until the end of the comment period.
This is the only company authorized to publish Tennessee Consumer Laws on the Internet. Follow the directions below on how to use LexisNexis. Once you have entered LexisNexis Law web site, on the left side of the page, next to Tennessee Code, change the plus sign to a negative sign by clicking on the plus sign.
Richard R. Abood Pharmacy Practice and the Law. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. The subject of pharmacy law is essential to pharmacy practice, but the resources in this area available to students, practitioners, and academicians are limited. Pharmacy Practice and the Law is a textbook that attempts to fill the void of quality, easy-to-read, pharmacy law resources. This book is designed for students in a pharmacy law course, but the material contained in its 8 chapters is relevant to all practitioners, regardless of practice setting.