LANSING (WKZO) -- Another law cracking down on Meth-heads is working its way thru the State House. It’s not the legislation that law enforcement wanted, which would be to make Pseudoephedrine a prescription drug, but the State Senate has approved a bill they hope will make it more difficult to obtain in large quantities to make Methamphetamine.
Battle Creek Senator Mike Nofs sponsored the bill, which sets up a real-time electronic tracking system that will notify law enforcement when someone has purchased more than they need. It also makes it a misdemeanor to use false I.D. to obtain the drugs.