Fri, May 6, 2016


The Governor of Tennessee Wants New Laws to Crack Down on Meth Production

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Photo from the Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force

The Governor of Tennessee is looking to step up the fight against methamphetamine in newly proposed legislation for the 2014 year. New enforcement procedures are expected to turn the heat up on those who make meth.

In 2013, over 250-children were removed from their homes due to a parent or someone in the house getting arrested for meth production. One measure being considered will require a prescription for common cold and allergy medications that contain pseudoephedrine if you are obtaining a 20-day supply or more.

You can see a list of addresses where a meth lab was seized in Rutherford County HERE.

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