A number of Tennessee municipalities now require people who want to buy products containing pseudoephedrine to first get a prescription. Sudafed and other common nasal decongestants contain pseudoephedrine, which methamphetamine makers use.
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published Sunday, December 8th, 2013
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Since the tiny town of Huntland in Franklin County, Tenn., last June became the state's first municipality to pass an ordinance requiring a doctor's prescription to buy pseudoephedrine-based cold medicines, the idea has spread like wildfire.