April 25, 2005

New WA law aimed at meth production

This weekend, the Washington legislature passed new restrictions on the sale of meth precursors:

...stores would be required to keep nonprescription cold remedies containing pseudoephedrine, ephedrine and phenylpropanoline — the primary ingredients of home-cooked methamphetamine — behind their counters.

Store clerks would be required to ask for photo identification to ensure buyers were at least 18. The bill...reduc(es) the number of packages customers are allowed to buy in a 24-hour period from three...to two.

In addition, it would require that stores keep a log noting who buys the products...

The bill now goes to the governor.

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