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Meth Madnessnew

For $5 million, Arizona can grow its population of meth users -- just like Montana.
Phoenix New Times  |  Sarah Fenske  |  05-02-2006  |  Science

The New Methnew

When it comes to preventing -- and treating -- crystal meth addiction, Arizona may be getting a clue.
Phoenix New Times  |  Sarah Fenske  |  04-04-2006  |  Science

Meth Watch in Portlandnew

Willamette Week's examination of The Oregonian's coverage of meth generates a lot of local and national commentary about the so-called "epidemic" and the media's treatment of it.
Willamette Week  |  Staff  |  03-30-2006  |  Media

"Meth Madness"new

AltWeeklies Award - Media Reporting
Willamette Week  |  Angela Valdez  |  03-22-2006  |  Media

Faces of Methnew

Follow three men and their battle with the little white powder, better know as Crystal Meth.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Alyssa Abkowitz  |  07-21-2005  |  Science

Law Aims to Shut Down Missouri's Meth Labsnew

New restrictions on sales of cold-medicine tablets that contain ingredients used to make methamphetamines may dry up mom-and-pop meth labs but could open the door to more organized crime.
Riverfront Times  |  Malcolm Gay  |  07-12-2005  |  Politics

Syphilis Reemerges, Deadlier Than Evernew

Syphilis followed crack cocaine into St. Louis a decade ago, and now the methamphetamine epidemic has caused a surge among gays.
Riverfront Times  |  Malcolm Gay  |  07-06-2005  |  Science

Dasen Undonenew

Dick Dasen was a compassionate Christian and one of the most successful businessmen in Flathead Valley, Mont. Then cops discovered he was paying young meth addicts for sex. Find out how lawmen built their case and toppled a pillar of the community.
Missoula Independent  |  Paul Peters  |  06-23-2005  |  Crime & Justice

Crystal Meth Marks New Crisis for Gaysnew

The gay community has an addiction crisis that is not reported in the media because that would require straight people to take responsibility for the harm they've caused.
The Village Voice  |  Patrick Moore  |  06-22-2005  |  LGBT


When it comes to the rising popularity of meth, The City Different—Santa Fe—isn't.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Nadra Kareem  |  02-01-2005  |  Crime & Justice

Lost In Methnew

The writer's cousin binged with crystal meth -- and he hasn't returned since.
NOW Magazine  |  Elizabeth Bricknell  |  01-14-2005  |  Science

More Gay Men Are Doing a Drug Named Tinanew

In cities on both coasts, the stimulant crystal methamphetamine has become the party/sex drug of choice among gay men. The drug, called "tina," is implicated in the spread of AIDS.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Eric Snider  |  04-27-2004  |  Science

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