Pharmacists Worry About Side Effects From Tighter Rx Laws
It might get harder to find medicine you take for colds.
State lawmakers believe the new frontier in the war on meth is at your local pharmacy.
Governor Jay Nixon is pushing a law that would require a prescription to get any cold medication with pseudoephedrine.
Sudafed is what people think of first, but Tylenol Sinus, Mucinex, Claritin D, Advil Cold and Sinus -- things people take every day -- would need a doctor's note.
Pharmacists dole out pseudoephedrine products to help people relieve nasal congestion. But others have more sinister plans.