HOPPED UP 

HOPPED UP

State Senator Steve Cohen has recommended that Governor Phil Bredesen form a task force to determine how Tennessee will combat the production, distribution, and use of methamphetamine, a highly addictive drug that can be produced in virtually any kitchen using products picked up at the corner grocery. The problem doesn't stem from a lack of proposals, as 30-plus meth-related bills were filed this legislative season. Sadly, the state can't find the $7.5 million required to fund a program. Note to Senator Cohen: State-operated slot machines!

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