Hatch methamphetamine bill sets 24 g limit for non-exempt pseudoephedrine, PPA OTCs.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
HATCH METHAMPHETAMINE BILL DECREASES SINGLE-TRANSACTION REPORTING REQUIREMENT to 24 g for non-exempted pseudoephedrine- and phenylpropanolamine-containing OTC drug products. Introduced by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on July 17, S 1965 halves the 48 g threshold initially proposed in a draft version of the bill ("The Tan Sheet" July 15, p. 13). Currently, retailers are required to report single transaction sales involving 1 kg (1,000 g) or more of pseudoephedrine or PPA.
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