The U.S. House this week passed a bill would require drugs be electronically tracked through the distribution system, but critics insist it's too weak.
Efforts to track prescription drug distribution, thus far, have been left up to states, and have produced marginal results, at best. A draft bill unveiled this week by four U.S. senators, however, aims to change all of that.
Despite calls for a drug tracking databases to help curb prescription medication abuse, not everyone is convinced that such databases are the right way to go. For instance, Missouri state Sen. Rob