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2010-2-5MISSOURI STATE |  By: Wayman

Methamphetamine Laws

State representative Scott Lipke is sponsoring a bill that would require people to have a prescription for pseudoephedrine, the main methamphetamine ingredient. Lipke says it would help combat Missouri's problem. If Lipke's bill would pass, however, it would mean over-the-counter drugs like sudafed and claritin would require a prescription.