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Officials meet to discuss possible pseudoephedrine legislation

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CULLMAN — Three sheriffs, local legislators, pharmaceutical lobbyists and their clients, judges and prosecutors, local pharmacists and at least one Cullman physician all sat down at the same table Monday evening for a summit of sorts to discuss whether future state legislation can help curb the production of methamphetamine.

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