Law enforcement agencies in Johnson County conducted the sweep that began Wednesday morning and had netted 49 suspects by early afternoon.
Jeffersonville Police Department Sgt. Isaac Parker said Wednesday that officers made 22 arrests in the previous 48 hours.
The bill restricts pseudoephedrine based on whether patients are repeat customers of the pharmacy.
The bill aims to curb meth production by restricting the amount of pseudoephedrine customers can purchase.
The biggest issue lawmakers have to agree on is how much pseudoephedrine Hoosiers should be able to buy without a prescription.
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.