Winning the War on Meth Labs

Although the cold drug control laws and tracking systems have been successful at curbing the small labs that used to be responsible for much of the meth production in the United States, Mexican drug cartels have begun to pick up on this lucrative business.

Five main Mexican drug cartels have increased operations in the United States in recent years, according to the DEA.

According to Bovet, pharmaceutical companies are standing in the way of further success in the war on meth, but the CHPA and pharmaceutical companies say that their tracking systems are far more beneficial to the public.

The battle lines are drawn, and states continue to look to Oregon and Oklahoma as models for each of these systems.

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