Friday, November 11, 2005

Meth bill stalls in Congress

It's only temporary. An attempt to attach an amendment to a funding bill banning OTC sales of common cold medicines failed when the Senate and the House couldn't agree on the language. Unfortunately, Mark Souder's even more odious proposed legislation containing draconian sentencing penalities for possession of small amounts of meth, passed through the House Judiciary Committee and congressional aides are predicting Congress could pass a meth bill as early as next week.

Contact your Congressman and tell them incarcerating addicts will not solve the problem of meth abuse and locking up cold medicines will not stop meth production.


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