The Utah State Senate on a 27-0 vote has passed legislation to require law enforcement agencies to obtain a warrant before accessing the states controlled substance database.
Sen. Todd Weiler, sponsor of the legislation, tells Health Data Management that police search the database up to 11,000 times a year in what he believes are fishing expeditions to find individuals to prosecute, and they should have to show probable cause to access the database.
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