The Texas Observer reports on the meth epidemic. "Nazi meth" is easy to cook in rural areas. The only component you can't get at Wal-Mart is anhydrous ammonia, which can be found in fertilizer tanks that dot the rural landscape. Meth cooks face high sentences in rural courts. "Unlike guns, drugs are not viewed as agents of harm. They are harm itself, measurable in grams," the Observer reports.
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