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Urban Outfitters Halts Line of Prescription Products
National retailer Urban Outfitters is halting sales of a line of products that mimic prescription pill bottles and prescription pads following a plea from Attorney General Jack Conway and 23 of his colleagues. In a recent statement to the media, Urban Outfitters announced it would discontinue its "Prescription Line" of products due to its "misinterpretation."
Attorney General Conway and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine led efforts to contact Urban Outfitters to urge the retailer, popular with teens, to stop selling products, including pint glasses, shot glasses and flasks, made to look like prescription pill bottles.
"Urban Outfitters is doing the right thing by removing these tasteless products that make light of an epidemic that kills thousands of people each month in the United States," said General Conway, who co-chairs the Substance Abuse Committee of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). "I hope Urban Outfitters will continue to support our efforts to educate the public, and teens in particular, about the deadly consequences of prescription drug abuse." | Read more
Attorney General Conway has partnered with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services on the KY Kids Alert initiative to ensure that parents and child care providers are aware of the latest child product recall information. The Office of the Attorney General has also created a public service announcement to promote the KY Kids Alert initiative.
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