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State laws and the federal Combat Meth Act require pharmacies to limit access to, and record sales of, over–the–counter products containing methamphetamine ingredients, such as pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine. Steps taken to limit excessive purchases of these products and record their sales have contributed to a reduction in the number of meth labs, but the paper logs used by pharmacies are cumbersome and expose customers to a risk of identity theft.
"Meth cooks create a host of problems for us when they're here to buy pseudoephedrine. They commit crimes in town and harass pharmacists within stores. We want meth cooks to think of our city as place where you don't bother going."
Chief Danny Bradley, North Little Rock, Arkansas
Following are links to organizations dedicated to providing the public with critically–needed information regarding meth — from 'what you should know' topics to prevention and treatment — these important resources are worth the visit.
whitehousedrugpolicy.gov - Important reports on U.S. cities, featuring easy to understand crime and drug stats. Sponsored by the Office of National Drug Control Policy
ncpc.org - Profiles national efforts to reduce meth production and usage; features 'Meth Summit' comprehensive strategy. Sponsored by the National Crime Prevention Council
crystalmeth.org - Popular site for information on recovery - bases approach on the 12-Step program