Convicted offenders could soon have a harder time getting some cold and allergy medicines. A proposed bill in the State Senate is calling for restrictions on some medicines for convicted meth offenders. The state would create a block list of meth abusers. Individuals on the list would then be required to have a doctors prescription to get products with pseudoephedrine for up to seven years after their last conviction. Similar laws are on the books in Alabama and Oklahoma with a significant decrease in meth lab incidents.