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Kentucky is the only state where a physician's assistant can't write a prescription. This bill would change that.

By The Advocate-Messenger  
   January 11, 2019

Michael Stanley has worked as a physician’s assistant for the better part of two decades and seen around 65,000 patients during that time. But he has never written any of them a prescription for a controlled substance. Anywhere else in the country, Stanley would be able to prescribe medications if his supervising physician approved.

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