Colorado's lawmakers will discuss a bill that could make it tougher for meth manufacturers to buy their ingredients.
The legislature is considering a proposal that would require people who buy over-the-counter medicine to show ID and sign a registry.
They say it would crack down on people who buy cold medicine to use the ephedrin or pseudoephedrine to manufacture meth.
But the Colorado Retail Council opposes the bill saying customers shouldn't be made to feel like criminals everytime they buy cold medicine.
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