Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen attended a "Meth Summit" Thursday. Van Hollen was in western Wisconsin, where the most meth activity is still found, for the summit with lawmakers, law enforcement, prosecutors and social workers. The A-G says there is some progress on the meth front. "Our agents tell us that they're finding just as many meth users out there as there always have been, if not more," said Van Hollen. "What they are not finding is methamphetamine produced in the state." Van Hollen says there various reasons for that, foremost among them a new state law which makes it more difficult to obtain pseudoephedrine, one of the key ingredients for meth "cookers." Van Hollen says most Meth used in Wisconsin now comes in from Mexico, rather than being produced by labs in Wisconsin and other Midwestern states.
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