If you use cold and allergy medicine that meth makers also like, it may soon be harder to get.
The House voted 91-1 Monday in favor of the bill that would limit the annual purchase of products that contain pseudoephedrine to about 61 grams a person which is about an eight-month supply.
Several mayors and police groups have pushed for state law to require a doctor's prescription to buy the medicines, but the bill doesn't take that step.
Meth makers use these drugs as one of the ingredients in making their drug.
The idea is to try to make it harder for them to get what they need and still keep it available to regular people.
The Senate has already approved a similar measure.