Minnesota renews push for tax on prescription opioids

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  1. Minnesota renews push for tax on prescription opioids  Reuters
  2. Dayton wants Big Pharma to fund Minnesota’s anti-opioid battle  Minnesota Public Radio News
  3. Dayton unveils opioid action plan  KARE
  4. Gov. Mark Dayton, bipartisan legislators propose new tax on opioids for treatment, prevention fund  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Minnesota renews push for tax on prescription opioids. Dayton s proposal would levy a one cent tax on drugmakers for each milligram of active ingre.nt in a prescription pain pill, generating an estimated $ million a year for prevention, policing, emergency response and treatment..Minnesota Renews Push for Tax on Prescription Opioids. Dayton s proposal would levy a one cent tax on drugmakers for each milligram of active ingre.nt in a prescription pain pill, generating an estimated $ million a year for prevention, policing, emergency response and treatment..Minnesota renews push for tax on prescription opioids. Gov. Mark Dayton of Minnesota announced on Wednesday a plan that would tax prescription opioids to help fund treatment. The proposal would levy a one cent tax on drug companies for each milligram of active ingre.nt in a prescription opioid medication.. Reuters Citing rising opioid fatalities, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton on Wednesday announced a renewed legislative proposal to tax prescription opioid pills to help fund treatment. Minnesota is one of at least states to have considered an opioid tax in recent years to help pay for the fallout from .







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