NPLEx Pays Dividends In Stopping Multi-State PSE Purchases
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The largest amount of NPLEx-stopped sales was in Texas – 209,000 grams or 82,000 boxes. “People who don’t know the tracking system is in effect are still trying to purchase over the legal limit across state lines,” says National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators Executive Director Charles Cichon.
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