Anti-meth law in Springfield could st...

Anti-meth law in Springfield could start chain reaction

There are 7 comments on the Springfield News-Leader story from Aug 25, 2013, titled Anti-meth law in Springfield could start chain reaction. In it, Springfield News-Leader reports that:

Springfield police, allergy sufferers and industry reps won't be the only ones watching Monday when City Council decides whether to require a prescription for meth's main ingredient, pseudoephedrine.

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Incognito

Joplin, MO

#1 Sep 7, 2013
Thank you Springfield council for the common sense . See insurance companies have a formulary which says what drugs they will cover . Mine allows for one , and that "one" doesn't work. So even if I had to go to my doctor which costs more than the allergy medication (I would be required to see him for ) I would still end up paying for both . Im not a newbie to this guys . And I am so sick of peanut butter and Jelly because I'm putting out money to everyone else but myself .
Remember the man that rolled the ambulance ? Yes there are people with allergies much worse than him and I am one of them .
My review for the last two that are completely worthless - Astepro used with Xyzal - just kill me now .
guest

Ridgedale, MO

#2 Sep 8, 2013
Another example of government punishing law abiding citizens in its efforts to nab criminals.

You know, we could end all DWIs by impounding everyone's car. That makes about as much sense as taking a lawful product off the shelves because a small minority of the population uses it to get high. What's next, vanilla extract?
Hertz

Monett, MO

#3 Sep 8, 2013
Well the way I see it, fewer arrests do not equate to less crime. It just means fewer people are being arrested.
SuZ

Joplin, MO

#4 Sep 9, 2013
Filings are 75 percent higher as of July when compared to a year ago . It's to the point people are being notified 6 months after the fact by mail . Which does seem unfair to the party that is being prosecuted .
Fact

Walnut Shade, MO

#5 Sep 14, 2013
Ozark should now become a really safe place to live with virtually no crime since that is what they say was behind 80% of the crimes in that city. Hell, they will probably have to lay a few of the officers off...:) ya, right...LOL!!!! Dumb asses.
haha

Detroit, MI

#6 Sep 16, 2013
U are in for a wake up call most methused in spfd is ice and is made in mexico without psuedoephedrine......hmmmm so pretty worthless law for real just a waste lol
YANABA

Nixa, MO

#7 Sep 17, 2013
haha wrote:
U are in for a wake up call most methused in spfd is ice and is made in mexico without psuedoephedrine......hmmmm so pretty worthless law for real just a waste lol
These laws never work.

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