Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - A state law that took effect in January keeps insurance companies from forcing people to get their prescriptions through the mail.
NewsChannel 9 viewer Shannon Taradejna recently found out this doesn't apply to everyone and wants to know why.
The Anti-Mandatory Mail Order Law excludes anyone who gets insurance that's negotiated through a union contract.
We're told that those types of contracts fall under Federal statutes that would supersede any state law.
While some argue the law should apply to union members, others say it would take away a bargaining chip for contract negotiations.
The Anti-Mandatory Mail Order Law is meant to give people choices when it comes to where they get their medications without the penalty of having to pay more. Do you have a question for the Your Stories team? Call 446-9900 or email email@example.com