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Web site offers help in fight against meth

February 12, 2006


To help inform residents in the wake of a booming methamphetamine market that costs the state $25 million a year, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has launched an educational meth Web site.

The site,, features information on state laws, educational videos and tips on how to stop meth activity in local communities.

"Meth production and addiction are significant concerns for the health of Kansans," KDHE Secretary Roderick Bremby said in a statement.

The Web site is part of a larger Meth Watch program that connects with local retailers, farmers and law enforcement agencies to help combat meth production and use in the state.


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