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SOUTH MISSOURI, MO (2010-09-29) Usually leading the nation in meth cases, Missouri unveils new technology that now limits the purchase of medicine that could be used to make methamphetamine.
Pharmacies across the state are now plugged into the new computerized system that tells them if a customer at the counter has reached the limit of buying pseudoephedrine often found in cold medicines. Governor Jay Nixon unveiled the system yesterday in South Missouri. It will limit buying the drug to the equivalent of 120 tablets in a 30 day time period. The governor says the computerized tracking is being paid for by drug companies. Last year the state saw more than 1,700 meth lab incidents.
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