WASHINGTON, Mo. — Three months after the town instituted a law requiring the sale of a key meth precursor by prescription only, police are seeing a surprising ripple effect: Sales of products with pseudoephedrine are down not only in Washington, but in surrounding communities, too.
Washington, Missouri sees anti-meth law working
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