Haslam Announces Anti-Meth Campaign

Gov. Bill Haslam today rolled out a statewide campaign designed to inform Tennesseans about the consequences of violating the "I Hate Meth Act," which took effect last July. The announcement took place in coordination with the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association meeting in Nashville. "The goal of this campaign is to communicate the harsh consequences of violating our anti-meth law," Haslam said. It targets counties in the state that have seen the highest number of children removed from homes because of meth-related incidents and the greatest number of meth lab seizures. Read more on Chattanoogan.com