MJ’s death used to restrict Propofol
Washington: The death of King of Pop Michael Jackson has become Exhibit A for California lobbyists who are pushing for a law restricting the use of Propofol.
The so-called Michael`s Law is being pushed by a group of people who have apparently lost loved ones to the misuse of Propofol, reports a website.
They`ve been going door-to-door in L.A. and Santa Barbara giving leaflets that describe the drug and how it killed MJ.
Their goal is "to prevent doctors from making careless choices, and stop them from administrating drugs that should not be administered outside of the hospital setting."