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The Tennessee Attorney General opined last week that current state statute supersedes current and future laws controlling ephedrine or pseudoephedrine and that local legislation was in violation of state law.
The opinion came down shortly after Harriman officials approved an ordinance requiring prescriptions for the allergy and sinus relief medications, both of which are used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.
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