WASHINGTON - As a new part of the USA Patriot Act, expected to be reauthorized by Congress last week, the federal Combat Meth Act will pull over-the-counter cold products containing pseudoephedrine behind counters or into locked display cases for all states. Retailers nationwide will be allowed to carry products containing the popular decongestant, but must follow a detailed set of regulations to help law enforcement curb the rise of illicit at-home methamphetamine labs, which use the ...

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