Lawmakers want to give the state attorney general the ability to sue people who have Web sites that give instructions on how to make the illegal drug methamphetamine.
Today, the Michigan Senate approved a bill letting the attorney general go after meth Web sites. The bill next heads to the House.
The legislation is another attempt by lawmakers to fight Michigan’s meth problem. The drug can be made with common household products.
So HTF are these rocket scientists going to enforce this piece of legislative crap across state lines?
UPDATE: HoT blogger Michael Hampton just flipped the Michigan legislature the bird byto cook up a batch of meth at Homeland Stupidity. I don’t care what stupid stuff others voluntarily put in their own bodies, just don’t blow me up in the process. On a related note, the person who passed this tip to me was over at my place tonight. He’s perhaps the best state level legislative analyst I’ve ever met. His first question was, “How are they going to enforce this in state, even?”