N.C. Debates Costs Of Campaign Against Meth

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North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper believes the state needs 42 new agents and chemists and $16 million over the next year to combat the spread of methamphetamine labs, says the Charlotte Observer. His fellow Democrat Gov. Mike Easley believes the state needs only one third of the workers and a 10th of the money.
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