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Survey rates meth number one

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Sens. Jim Talent (R-Mo.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) cite findings from a recent law enforcement survey identifying methamphetamine as the number one problem in the majority of U.S. counties to urge the Senate to pass their anti-meth legislation. According to the survey of 500 law enforcement agencies, meth-related arrests increased 87% over the past three years. Respondents also cited meth as the leading drug-related problem in the country. The Talent/Feinstein bill would create a national policy concerning pseudoephedrine cold products and mandate the products' placement behind the counter, as well as limit purchases of the meth-precursor to 7.5 g per month. The Senate Subcommittee on the Judiciary may mark up the bill during its next meeting tentatively scheduled for July 14...
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