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Methamphetamine Labs

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Combine some hardware and a few common chemicals, with about as much skill as it takes to bake a cake. The result is a drug problem vexing police from Missouri to North Carolina. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to discuss why the number of methamphetamine labs is on the rise and what can be done to stop it.

Guests:

Rory Ogle
*State Representative for Albuquerque, N.M.

Carol Falkowski
*Director of research communications at the Hazelden Foundation (a national addiction treatment and research center based in Minnesota
*Drug addiction epidemiologist (Drug Abuse Researcher)
*Author of Dangerous Drugs, An Easy-to-Use Reference for Parents and Professionals

Bob Peters
*Special agent at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

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