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Do any of you have a friend or know someone who rents out an apartment or a house Well these people are in danger of going thousands of dollars into debt and never being able to use the property that they own now One of the people that they lease this property to could build a methamphetamine lab on the property Since meth labs are popping up all over America this is not an uncommon thing Many people may be unaware they are renting to a cooker or even living next door to one The dangers and the costs have been a common topic in the Great Falls Tribune recently Today I would like to go over the problem and then solution Many people think that the problem with meth labs is limited to the drugs and the related crime The expense is mentioned when special units are called in to clean up This expense goes directly back to the taxpayer There is no denying these are problems but there is also another problem that is just as urgent That problem is the fact that due to the deadly chemicals used to produce methanphetamine the property where the drug is manufactured becomes a toxic waste site The property that is damaged by the meth labs can never be lived on again If the people who put the meth lab in the house dont own it then the people who do own it get stuck with useless land and in many of cases a large payment on something that they cannot use Environmental laws prohibit any property that is used for cooking meth ever being sold or lived in again In addition to having to live in a society where the population as a whole has been victimized by the crime the property owner suffers a massive personal loss The solution to fighting drug use is expensive and elusive As quickly as law enforcement can
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