Tuesday, January 15, 2008

References for the Issue on Methamphetamine

Vol. 10, No. 2
April 2005
References for the Issue on Methamphetamine
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Eisley, M. (2004, Dec. 1). New meth laws worsen penalties. Raleigh News and Observer.
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Locke, M. (2004, Sep. 1). Prolific meth labs stymie cops. Raleigh News and Observer.
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Mathias, R. (2001, October). Biochemical brain abnormality found in school-age children prenatally exposed to cocaine. NIDA Notes, 16(4).
McFadden, K. (2003, June 19). On the front lines: County agencies respond to the meth threat, Watauga pioneers standards and policies. The Mountain Times.
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