Privately Funded Awareness Campaign About "Smurfing"

Privately Funded Awareness Campaign About "Smurfing"

When someone buys medicine with pseudoephedrine and sells it to someone so they can make meth, it's called "smurfing." Look for signs to go up at pharmacy counters to alert customers that smurfing can lead to jail sentences.
Do you know the word "smurfing?"

It's when someone buys products containing pseudoephedrine and then sells it to someone else to make methamphetamine.

There's a privately funded public awareness campaign that will provide signs for pharmacy counters that alert customers that smurfing can lead to jail sentences.

Governor Beshear joined lawmakers and business leaders on Monday in Lexington to kick off the campaign.

It is sponsored by the Kentucky Retail Federation, the Kentucky Pharmacists Association and the Consumer Healthcare Products Association.
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