WASHINGTON -- - The Clinton administration said last week it plans to require Internet pharmacies to be licensed with the federal government and to launch a public education program to warn consumers about the potential hazards of buying drugs on-line. The initiative -- - the bulk of which requires congressional approval -- - is designed to target the flourishing business of pharmaceuticals sales on the Web and what is perceived as a lot of fly-by-night Internet drug businesses. Selling ...

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