OKLAHOMA CITY - District attorneys from across Oklahoma will converge at the capitol Monday to discuss the state's meth epidemic.
Last week, state lawmakers killed a bill that would've required a prescription to buy medicine with pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient used to make meth.
A press conference is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The state's DAs are expected to show their support for other similar bills.
Prosecutors and police say a "prescription only" law would help curb Oklahoma's growing meth problem.
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