Meth labs down during AG's term
Full story: Chanute Tribune
#1 Aug 30, 2006
While I laud the drop in methamphetamine manufacturing in Kansas, Phil Kline had little to do with the drop. The law restricting purchase of pseudoephedrine has been instrumental in effecting the drop in illegal meth labs. I can't tell for sure from the tone of your headline Phil's intentions, but it sounds to me that he is being disingenuous to suggest that he had much to do with with reduction in manufacturing. He should be giving credit to the law makers who had the foresight to pass such a law.
#2 Aug 30, 2006
If one we're to read it literally, during his term
the meth labs did decline. I wasn't able to read the entire article, but it's not out of character for a politician to take the credit where others did the work.
Does Missouri have the same laws in place for the additive drug?
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