Michigan Attorney General Jennifer M. Granholm announced Dec. 16 that she has filed Notices of Intended Action (NIA) against 10 online pharmacies for illegally sending prescription-only drugs to Michigan customers without an appropriate doctor’s prescription or supervision by a physician.

Granholm said in her announcement, “When a child can get a prescription drug in the mail without ever seeing a doctor, when a woman or a man with a heart condition is sent Viagra or other controlled substances, no questions asked, we have a problem. These online pharmacies are, in many ways, no better than the street corner drug pusher. All they are interested in is the money.”

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