It's been less than a week but controversy surrounding a new CVS policy has been mounting.
Earlier this week the popular pharmacy declared it will card anyone who buys products with iodine and acetone, including common household items like nail polish remover. But now, after much public outcry, the pharmacy is putting an end to that rule.
Customers will now be allowed to purchase acetone-based items without showing their identification.
In West Virginia, California and Hawaii, CVS customers will still be required to show a form of identification when they purchase iodine products.
That has some residents we sere we spoke with concerned.
"I hate to think we've come to a point where we have to ID everybody for almost everything. But sadly, I that seems to be the case," said David Mills of Huntington, WV.
The CVS policy was put in place as an effort to curb methamphetamine production.
"If it would stop one bad guy, it would be worth it," said Devonna Taylor of Huntington, WV.