Illinois Joins States Trying to Control Meth Ingredients

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Drug stores will have to start locking up common cold medicines that contain chemicals used to make methamphetamine and limiting sales of those medicines to two at a time under a bill signed into law Tuesday by Illinois Gov. Blagojevich. The new law also requires that the medicines contain no more than three grams of
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