Peter Dutton says pharmacy ownership and location laws should stay

Federal health minister rejects government-commissioned reviews recommendations that restrictions change

The federal health minister, Peter Dutton, said pharmacy ownership and location laws should stay the same, despite a government-commissioned competition review which calls for the scrapping of special protections that allow only pharmacists to own stores.

The Competition Policy Reviews draft recommendations for pharmacies states that current restrictions on their ownership and location were not necessary to ensure quality advice and care to patients.

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