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.
Now you can get a ticket for driving too slow in the fast lane. We break down other new laws. Plus, how home-buyers are often blind sided because of meth users.
An Indiana mother wants the state to strengthen its meth disclosure laws.
Indiana leads the nation in the number of meth lab seizures, causing hundreds of homes to be contaminated with dangerous chemicals each year.
The bill calls for the state’s courts and police to update the database pharmacies use to track sales of over-the-counter of cold and allergy medication.
Mayor Duke Bennett wants to lobby for prescription-only Sudafed.
The new initiative is a public-private partnership to inform consumers that smurfing, or purchasing medicines for meth makers, is a criminal offense.
Laws the General Assembly passed this year include a biennial budget, school safety measures and initiatives aimed at boosting career education.
All four people found dead in a Waynesville home this weekend were shot in the head, an autopsy report shows.