Panel OKs bill to address meth by tracking cold meds
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota law enforcement might soon have a new tool to fight the production of methamphetamine.
Faced with a growing problem as producers learn easier ways to make the illegal stimulant, the state’s attorney general wants South Dakota to keep electronic records of the buyers of certain cold medicines that contain a key ingredient in meth.
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