Column: Lawmakers all talk, no action on meth crisis



After several years of fretting over Indiana’s ongoing methamphetamine problem, the Indiana General Assembly continues to struggle for a solution. The issue seems to come up every session, given that Indiana leads the nation in meth lab seizures. But nothing occurs to significantly reduce the problem.

And some sort of impact legislation is needed.

According to a news story by Courier & Press staff writer Chelsea Schneider, in 2013, Indiana led the nation in meth lab seizures. At the same time, Vanderburgh County led the state in the number of seizures with 115.

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