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But in 2004, states began restricting purchases of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, key ingredients in some meth recipes. Congress responded a year later with a federal law. The impact on meth labs was swift and dramatic, especially in the Midwest, where meth makers were especially prolific.
Meth lab seizures are down 55 percent in Missouri, 73 percent in Iowa and Kansas and 88 percent in Nebraska, according to the Office of National Drug Control Policy...
Originally posted by keeb333
reply to post by Blaine91555
I couldn't agree more with your post! My wife suffers from degenerative disc disease in her back, and the frickin' doctor is too chicken to actually write her pain meds that work for fear of a lawsuit! We are currently looking for a new doctor, but no one wants to take on a new pain-management patient!
[edit on 27-12-2007 by keeb333]
Originally posted by greeneyedleo
Should they allow people to buy as much as they want to use in meth labs? Should we just allow meth labs to exist?