Georgia Will Curb Sudafed Sales to Combat Meth

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A bill likely to become law soon in Georgia will curb sales of the decongestent Sudafed (pseudoephedrine), a key ingredient in illegal methamphetamines. The Macon Telegraph reports that many Middle Georgia pharmacists already limit the number of pills you can buy, some well under the 300-pill limit in the bill. The pills’ main ingredient can
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