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Hamilton seeks support for drug abuse bill

August 30, 2013
 
 
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nightcrawler

Aug-30-13 11:22 PM

Sure go ahead and waste more money on ill conceived bills and laws that will not work. Get your brooms and sweep up the degenerates, put them in jail. Clean up meth? Ha, what will be next? Truth of the matter is that most of the industry in North Central WV is gone, poverty common place. As long as there is a market for drugs, no matter what drug, drugs will be here to stay. So citizens waste your money on the same things you've been doing for years with the same results.

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WhatMeWorry

Aug-30-13 4:31 PM

The main reason that Oregon is experiencing a dramatic drop in sudafedrin meth labs has more to do with the increased availability of higher quality Mexican methamphetamine than it does with making it harder to buy sudafedrin. If the Mexican product reaches West Virginia we are going to be in trouble and allergy medicine will be the least of our concerns on the dangerous drug front.

The drop in Oregon's crime rate has more to do with their improved employment situation than anything to do with drugs. If West Virginia's employment situation improves we will see similar drops in crime rates.

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