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Cleaning up meth labs not regulated by state

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — For the past eight years, Shelli Owen has cleaned up meth houses. In Springfield and surrounding counties, "we've been busy," Owen said, despite an average cost to homeowners of about $3,000. Owen's clients are cautious folks — cleaning up these properties is not required by the state and is sparsely monitored by the city. Dozens, maybe hundreds, of houses have been used...

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