JEFFERSON CITY — After successfully opposing bills to require a prescription for products containing pseudoephedrine — which can be used to manufacture methamphetamine — the over-the-counter medicine industry is now backing proposals in two meth-heavy states that would curb the amount of pseudoephedrine a customer can buy and increase electronic tracking of purchases.
Missouri House members seek new limits on cold medicine purchases
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