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Putting medicines containing pseudoephedrine behind the counter. Limiting how much you can buy. Electronic tracking. Requiring people to speak to a pharmacist and show ID before purchasing.
Those are some of the measures the state has put in place to fight meth production.
They haven’t worked, according to Tommy Farmer, director of the state’s meth task force.
“Business is booming,” he said. “Literally and figuratively.”
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