I'm almost positive this is a bad idea. Doctors have a state license for a reason. If they feel the need to prescribe for out of state patients, take the state board. What would prevent a MD from prescribing 600 opioids in Montana while keeping a normal practice in New Mexico? Hollywood would be calling for a professional MD visit. Medical practice in one state with profits from opioids in other states. Say hello to Ohio and their opiates deaths. Has anyone asked for Dr Kevorkian's opinion? And Tears for those traveling sports doctors. Just tell the jocks to buy their own opioids at the local Night Club. What now, Doctors standing at airports holding placards reading "I prescribe Opioids."