Punishing the innocent for the crimes of the guilty
Eighty percent of the illegal meth in Indiana comes from Mexico, with the remainder produced locally. Yet Sen. Carlin Yoder of Middlebury wants to further limit the sale of pseudoephedrine, punishing the innocent for the crimes of the guilty while not even touching 80% of the problem.
From the article in Wednesday's newspaper:
The law was backed the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance.
Of course it was. It gives them more business when it isn't sold over-the-counter.
(Yoder) said someone who needs more than an 8-months supply should probably consult a physician.
So is he willing to pay the cost of the doctor's visit out of his own pocket? I hope Yoder is defeated in the next Republican primary election.