A bill co-sponsored by a lake area representative has survived its second reading, was referred to a committee, and went through a public hearing. Representative Rocky Miller is co-sponsoring a bill that would establish the Narcotics Control Act. The proposed act would require the establishment of a prescription drug monitoring program. It would also require a dispenser to submit information about the dispensation of any prescription electronically within 24 hours or face a fine of $1,000. It does, however, offer the possibility of dispensers to receive a waiver if they’re not able to submit the information electronically. They would then be required to submit it in another form, such as by paper. As of right now, the bill does not appear on the House calendar.