County raises awareness of methamphetamine

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Eau Claire County is ramping up its efforts to raise awareness of methamphetamine in our community.

Tuesday night, the Eau Claire County Board voted to proclaim November 30th as Methamphetamine Awareness Day.

The county says the use of methamphetamine in Eau Claire County alone has increased nearly 150% in the past four years.

They say the county has taken steps, creating a meth response committee earlier this year to combat the problem.



 
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