Indiana meth users getting around cold med limits at pharmacies

INDIANA -- It looks like a new program aimed at cracking down on meth may not be doing the job.

The state of Indiana keeps a computer record of cold medicines purchased at pharmacies, but one trooper told the Evansville Courier & Press, meth users are getting around purchase limits by paying others to buy cold medicine for them.

Some lawmakers say you should only be able to get cold meds by prescription.


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