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Resource ID: #19630
Subject: Drugs
Source: Tri-City Herald (Pasco, Wash.)
Date: 2002-04-26



A six-day series on how meth labs affect a community, particularly the property owners and extended families of meth users and meth cooks. The 14-month investigation found that drug clean-up is hit-and-miss, there are few safeguards to protect potential secondary victims, no public money is available to help sanitize meth-tainted property, and there is no scientific-based standard for answering the question of how much meth is hazardous.

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