Are lax laws making the city of St. Louis a meth-makers Mecca? A St. Louis Alderman thinks so
Missouri has passed increasingly stringent laws over the past decade in an effort to control medications that contain pseudoephedrine.
Alderwoman Jennifer Florida says the problem is that surrouding towns have tough restrictions on pseudoephedrine sales, but the city doesn’t.
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How you get your Sudafed, Allegra, Claritin and other cold pills will change in St. Charles County.
Should common medicine need a prescription? A topic debated and discsussed with experts, callers, and Charlie.