After a 2005 Indiana law limited how much cold or allergy medicine containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine an individual could buy, law enforcement saw a decline in homegrown meth labs.
Those cold and allergy active ingredients were commonly used to make methamphetamine.
But meth abuse is still a significant concern.
"Like any other law or tactic, people will find a way around it. Meth has not gone away," Holeman said.
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