Proposed Washington Law Focuses on Meth Users, Not Makers
January 19, 2006
After years of targeting home-based methamphetamine laboratories, state and law enforcement officials are shifting focus, taking aim at meth addicts themselves. Attorney General Rob McKenna, along with the 26-member task force “Operation: Allied Against Meth,” is backing legislation that focuses on longer prison sentences and emphasizes substance abuse treatment.
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