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Fertilizer tank locks program being repealed in North Dakota

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- State officials are set to scrap a pilot program in a handful of North Dakota counties that aimed to combat methamphetamine labs by requiring farmers to lock up their fertilizer tanks, in large part because they have found a more effective way to crack down on the illegal drug labs. Anhydrous ammonia fertilizer can be used to make some forms of meth, but any form of the...

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