Iowa Meth Legislation

An article in the New York Times, reports on the recent legislation passed by the Iowa Legislature and signed by Iowa Governor Thomas J. Vilsack, that now requires Iowans to show identification and sign their names when buying common cold medicines that contain pseudoephedrine. The law also limits the quantity a person can purchase in a 30 day period of time. The article states that Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kentucky have similar laws.

The Minnesota House and Senate are currently working a legislation that would help control the access to pseudoephedrine.

About Gary Smith

Chief Smith has served over 31 years in the criminal justice field. He is currently a consultant assisting public and private organizations better establish community goals and ethical conduct with the members of their organizations. Chief Smith serves as a facilitator, lecturer, professor and other capacities both inside and outside the criminal justice field.
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