Authorities Could Contain Meth Scourge: Oregonian

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A decade ago, federal authorities choked off the supply of chemicals needed to make methamphetamine. Within a year, reports The Oregonian in Portland, the drug cartels that make most of the nation’s methamphetamine found new ways to obtain ingredients, taking advantage of a loophole left open by Congress. As a result, meth use rebounded, and
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