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Kentucky Withdraws Controversial Non-Resident Pharmacist License Regulation

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At a special called meeting on January 4, 2023, the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy (“Board”) was set to address public comment on new regulation, 201 KAR 2:460, and proposed amendments to 201 KAR 2:030. The amendments to 201 KAR 2:030 would have created a new non-resident pharmacist license requirement for pharmacists located in other states. A more in-depth discussion of those requirements can be found here.  

The proposed regulation under 201 KAR 2:460 would have created stricter requirements for an out-of-state pharmacy to obtain a non-resident pharmacy permit. Prior to discussion, the Board withdrew both proposals, stating that the withdrawal was due to the voluminous amount of comments received from the public and stakeholders.

For more insight regarding the Kentucky Board withdrawal of the proposed regulations, please contact your Quarles & Brady attorney:

Brenda Shafer: (602) 229-5774 / brenda.shafer@quarles.com

Nick Meza: (602) 229-5439 / nicholas.meza@quarles.com

Edward D. Rickert: (312) 715-5139 / ed.rickert@quarles.com

Roxanne Hilton: (317) 399-2842 / roxanne.hilton@quarles.com

Katie Lavigne: (612) 224-3759 / katie.lavigne@quarles.com

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