http://www.news-star.com/stories/091203/New_18.shtml Radical steps may be needed to stem Oklahoma's spreading methamphetamine problem, lawmakers were told Thursday. "It's a very difficult subject, one that's going like a wildfire in Oklahoma," said Rep. John Nance. A study of the problem is being conducted by the House Criminal Justice Committee. According to the Associated Press, law enforcement officials testified that a strictly law-and-order approach to the problem will not work because most Oklahoma meth makers are addicted . . .
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