Gov. Bill Haslam announces a proposal to limit the sale of cold medications used to make methamphetamine during a news conference Thursday in Nashville. Under Haslam's plan, people could buy the equivalent of 10 days' worth of the maximum dose of products containing the meth precursors without a prescription each month. Pharmacists could allow another 10 days' worth, but anyone needed any more would have to get a doctor's prescription.
Gov. Bill Haslam announces a proposal to limit the sale of cold medications used to make methamphetamine during a news conference Thursday in Nashville. Under Haslam's plan, people could buy the equivalent of 10 days' worth of the maximum dose of products containing the meth precursors without a prescription each month. Pharmacists could allow another 10 days' worth, but anyone needed any more would have to get a doctor's prescription.
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published Thursday, January 16th, 2014
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NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam on Thursday staked out a middle ground on anti-methamphetamine measures, proposing a bill that requires a prescription to obtain more than a 20-day supply of cold remedies used to manufacture meth.

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