North Carolina Becoming Meth Central

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Once, the rugged land around Boone, N.C., near the Blue Ridge Mountains, offered cover for moonshiners and their stills. Now, methamphetamine makers have taken over. North Carolina led the South with more than 1,150 of the nation’s roughly 8,000 meth lab seizures last year, the Los Angeles Times reports. In Boone, a town of 13,500
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