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Rx-Only Pseudoephedrine Stalls As Meth Solution In Tennessee, Indiana

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Tennessee’s meth lab seizures are up this year, but CHPA says that’s because more labs are uncovered through the state’s participation in the NPLEx stop-sale system. Rx-only bills have stalled in several states, including Indiana, where lawmakers passed a bill to cap PSE purchases at about 61 grams per year.

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