AG Strange Announces "Anti-Smurfing" Campaign to Fight Meth


By CBS 8 News

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is praising the state's new "anti-smurfing" law, aimed at combating meth production.

Strange, along with the Alabama Drug Task Abuse Task Force, joined together to announce the launch of a major public awareness campaign for the new law.

The "anti-smurfing" campaign promotes awareness that smurfing - or buying small amounts of pseudoephedrine from several different locations to cook meth - is a felony crime.

The new law is considered one of the toughest in the nation.


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