House Bill 1223
DIGEST OF HB 1223 (Updated February 24, 2005 9:47 pm - DI 106)
Methamphetamine. Makes ephedrine and pseudoephedrine schedule V controlled substances. Permits a pharmacy to release a record concerning the purchase of a drug containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine in accordance with state and federal health privacy laws. Requires a law enforcement agency that terminates the operation of a methamphetamine laboratory to report the existence and location of the laboratory to the state police, fire department, and county health department. Requires a law enforcement agency that discovers a child less than 14 years of age at a methamphetamine laboratory to notify the division of family and children. Allows a law enforcement agency to quarantine a property if it is contaminated by chemicals used to manufacture a controlled substance. Establishes a procedure for removing the quarantine. Requires the department of environmental management to maintain a list of persons certified to inspect or clean up property polluted by chemicals used to manufacture a controlled substance. Allows a court to require a defendant demonstrating a pattern of repeated illegal use or manufacture of a controlled substance to participate in a drug treatment program as a condition of bail Adds certain chemical reagents to the list of chemical reagents and precursors used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.
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