WASHINGTON -- Consumers are aware of the methamphetamine problem and are willing to make some sacrifices in access to pseudoephedrine cough and cold products, but not as many as some state laws are requiring. This is according to results of a study commissioned by the Food Marketing Institute and National Consumers League, both based here, on consumers' views of sales restrictions on cold remedies containing pseudoephedrine, which is used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Harris ...

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