Rep. John Tilley, D-Hopkinsville, chair of the House Judiciary Committee, presents an anti-methamphetamine bill in the Kentucky House of Representatives.
(Frankfort, KY) -- A pair of bills aimed at curbing drugs in Kentucky are gaining steam in the state legislature.
Senators approved a bill which would transfer oversight of the prescription drug monitoring system to the attorney general.
Meanwhile, the House approved a measure which would put more limits on cold medicine. The ingredients can be used to produce meth. Both bills will likely go to committee to mediate differences between the state houses.