On Thursday, dozens of laws passed in this year’s legislative session will become active.
One of those laws limits the amount of pseudoephedrine a person can buy from a pharmacy. Pseudoephedrine, or PSE, is used in many cold and allergy medicines. It’s also a key part of meth production.
The new law limits adults to seven point two grams a month, which is roughly the equivalent of a box, before requiring a prescription.