Oklahoma agency blocks sales of meth element
Since November, when the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs added a "date of birth” requirement to better track sales of pseudoephedrine at pharmacies, drug enforcement agents have seen the number of denials grow from about 2,000 per month to 7,000 per month, OBN spokesman Mark Woodward said."Most of these were blocked because they had an Oklahoma driver’s license that was not in our system or had a name that did not match the date of birth, ” he said. As...
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