Making Oklahoma's anti-meth law stronger
Friday, February 4th 2005, 6:22 am
News On 6
Governor Brad Henry wants state lawmakers to strengthen Oklahoma's anti-meth law. He wants an online database to link all pharmacies in the state.
It will allow them to check whether a person has bought the maximum amount of pseudoephedrine allowed by law. Pseudoephedrine is the key ingredient in making meth.
A law passed last year allows only pharmacies to sell common cold medicines with pseudoephedrine. And it limits the amount a person can buy in a 30 day period.