Truly, this is a display of some yoga-stretched flexible logic:
Pseudoephedrine could soon be available by prescription-only in Ozark and Springfield. It is an effort to make the key ingredient for methamphetamine harder to access. City leaders in both towns planned to take up the issue in meetings on Monday night.
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So far this year, there have been 24 meth lab busts all across the city, but there was only one bust in May, near a house in the 2000 block of North National Avenue. Williams believes the change is thanks to increased education surrounding the proposed ordinance.
That is, those who would break the law and who cannot stop breaking the law due to their meth addiction have stopped breaking the law because a new law has been proposed.
Actually, the logic is pretty consistent. More laws, less crime. Always. And if there are more lawbreakers, somehow, with more laws, we need more laws and attendant inconvenience to the law abiding.
3 thoughts on “Lawbreakers Stop Breaking Law Because New Law Is Proposed”
So actually reaching zero crime requires the passage of infinitely many laws. Good luck with that.
Actually, it might involve merely proposing new laws, but that would leave the police chief with far less to do.
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