SPOKANE, Wash. -- Rosauers Supermarkets here has voluntarily pulled popular over-the-counter medications that contain precursor chemicals to the highly addictive methamphetamine drug and positioned them with limited access behind the service counter, according to Glen Stocking, pharmacy director for the 18-store chain. "It's a timely issue and I feel strongly about it," he said. "We're trying to supplement what the local law enforcement is doing, and the sheriff feels it's a positive ...

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