The New Moonshine 

Have recently enacted state laws turned the tide in Tennessee's meth epidemic?

> Like many 16-year-olds, Steven liked to party. He spent his free time hanging out with friends in rural Gleason, Tennessee, smoking weed and drinking whatever alcohol he and his friends could get their hands on. One day, their pot dealer showed…

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