It seems this plan has too many dents in it.
Meanwhile, Indiana State Rep. Gail Riecken, D-Evansville, supports requiring prescriptions for pseudoephedrine. She said states that have taken control of pseudoephedrine have taken control of their meth problems.
That’s probably the simple truth, and one that needs to be discussed at length; nothing in Indiana has really had a strong influence on curbing the manufacture of meth, other than law enforcement.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long, R-Fort Wayne, noted that the meth problem becomes bigger year by year, and is something that lawmakers need to address in 2015.
As we said, the simple truth.
— Evansville Courier & Press
THE ISSUE Indiana's methamphetamine problem THEIR VIEW It's something that lawmakers need to address in 2015.