The bills give pharmacists a bigger role in helping stem the state’s meth cooking crisis.
The legislation blocks those convicted of drug-related offenses from buying cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine.
Bills in both the House and Senate aim to reduce Indiana's methamphetamine production by limiting sales of cold medicine.
Both are similar to bills advanced last week through Senate committee.
The committee discussed three bills – one requires people to be a patient-of-record with a pharmacy in order to have unfettered access to pseudoephedrine.
While the police are doing what they can to suppress meth, legislators are considering ways to further inhibit production of the extremely addictive drug.
The House shot down a prescription-only bill targeting pseudoephedrine sales, but two other bills targeting meth production advanced out of Senate committee.
Two bills hope to end meth labs in the state - one empowers pharmacists to reject suspicious customers, the other makes pseudoephedrine drugs prescription-only.
Lawmakers in Indiana re renewing their push to make pseudoephedrine a prescription medication to help stop the flow of methamphetamine in the state.
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