Should the Kansas Legislature place limits on the sale of Sudafed and other drugs that could be made into methamphetamine?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 11, 2004
“No, I don’t think they should pass any kind of law like that. I think it’s kind of silly and it would be really inconvenient.”
“I would be fine with reasonable limits. If you have a head cold, there’s no reason you need a truckload of Sudafed.”
“I say it wouldn’t help. It’s got to be the police that stop meth. Legislating limits on things people need only causes hassle. Meth is a law enforcement problem, not a legislative problem.”
“You could put a limit on what one person could buy at a time because this area is bad. People could keep coming back or send other people to get it, but it could cut down on meth.”