Flashback 2006 to Senator Dianne Feinstein , a Senator that wanted to restrict access to allergy medication for blacks:
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today announced that a new law going into effect tomorrow, September 30, should have a substantial impact on the nationwide fight against methamphetamine.We hear from progressives that minorities can't get access to government issued ID's and Dianne Feinstein limited there rights in a pharmacy! Dianne Feinstein : medicine suppressor of minorities who don't have ID's.
The “Combating Methamphetamine Epidemic Act,” sponsored by Senators Feinstein and Jim Talent (R-Mo) requires cold medications containing pseudoephedrine to be placed behind a pharmacy counter, requires signature and proof of identification before purchase, and limits the amount of pseudoephedrine that one person can buy in a single day or month. It also provides funding for education, prevention and treatment programs.
The measure was approved as part of the USA Patriot Act reauthorization, which was signed into law on March 9, 2006.