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Meth blister pack bill

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Blister-packed pseudoephedrine products would be subject to 9 gram retail sales limit applied to bottled products under "Methamphetamine Blister Pack Loophole Elimination Act of 2003" (S 1784) introduced Oct. 22 by Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Bill cites 2002 DEA study recommending limit, noting presence of blister packs at meth labs. Feinstein and others have introduced similar measures in the past. CHPA continues to object to uniform 9 g threshold, saying limit will not prevent diversion of products to labs. Bill was referred to Senate Judiciary Committee...

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