Kentucky Lawmakers Focus On Efforts to Clean Up Meth Labs

Kentucky lawmakers focus on efforts to clean up meth labs.

A meeting in Frankfort on Dec. 4 dealt with House Bill 94.

It was approved earlier in 2007 to facilitate the proper clean up of hazardous materials created by methamphetamine labs.

Representative Jim Wayne says it's not only a challenge to get drugs out of neighborhoods, but also to clean up the hazardous and toxic chemicals left behind by meth labs.

The meeting was about putting the legislation into effect the right way.


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