Fri
Jan 27 2006
10:37 am
By: SayUncle  shortURL

Via Michael, comes this bit from Newsweek on the Meth Epidemic:

Law-enforcement officials in Tennessee have a new approach to fighting meth: naming names. Now the public can search an online database for the name, alias and birth date of anyone convicted of manufacturing the drug since last March. It's the first compilation of its kind nationwide, an attempt to curb meth production in a state that last year ranked third in seizures of labs, waste and equipment. Makeshift meth labs—easily set up in a kitchen or garage—are prone to explosions and fires, and leave behind harmful chemicals.

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