We mentioned earlier how Wellington voters on Tuesday were voting on a proposed pseudoephedrine ordinance. KAKE News reports that the results are in, and the residents voted down the proposal:
Wellington voters have rejected a proposed ordinance that would have banned the sale of over-the-counter medicines containing pseudoephedrine.
In a special election Tuesday, the issue was shot down by a vote of 652-229.
Cold and allergy medicines containing pseudoephedrine can be used to produce methamphetamine. In 2005, Kansas state lawmakers passed the Sheriff Matt Samuels Chemical Control Act which limits the sale of products that contain pseudoephedrine.
If passed, the ordinance would have required Wellington residents go to a doctor to get prescriptions for cold and allergy medications that contain pseudoephedrine.
Read the full story here.