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West Virginia lawmakers review meth lab cleanup funding

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia lawmakers are taking another look at the state's reimbursements to property owners for cleaning up methamphetamine labs. Under a 2007 law, the reimbursements are made through the Crime Victims Compensation Fund. The Charleston Gazette reports that meth lab cleanup expenses are draining the fund. Reimbursements have increased from about $38,000 in 2008 to...

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