Meth Hits The Upper Class; Users Resist Treatment

Print More,1,6667350.story?coll=la-headlines-california Methamphetamine, stereotyped as a drug of rural and lower-class neighborhoods, is prevalent among drug-using teens and young adults regardless of economic or social status, the Los Angeles Times says. “The drug doesn’t hold any boundaries; I’ve sold crystal meth to junkies and to businessmen inside million-dollar homes.” said Ed Smith, a former meth addict
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