Republican state Sen. Mark Steffen - a physician - acknowledged Wednesday that he was under investigation by the state's medical board as he made the case for a bill that requires pharmacists to fill prescriptions for ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
Addressing a packed committee room of supporters of the bill, Steffen said he had been investigated by the Board of Healing Arts without going into a lot of detail about the nature of what the panel was reviewing.
The Hutchinson lawmaker told the . . .
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