It’s called “smurfing.” And state lawmakers are trying to crack down on it. The Michigan Legislature is considering a package of bills that target the purchase of ephedrine or pseudoephedrine. The drug is used in the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine. And part of the effort now moving through the Michigan Legislature is to outlaw so-called “smurfing,” the practice of soliciting someone to buy the drugs on behalf of someone who had been convicted of a methamphetamine-related offense. The measure is now before the Michigan House.