Because Meth has been a growing problem here in the community, the Mesa County Meth Task Force and Mesa State College are joining forces by presenting a three part series on the drug.
Thursday night for Part 2 of the series, some Mesa State Political Science Seniors presented their thesis's on drug policy and politics. Their professor created a course on the issue because of it's relevance in Mesa County.
The series will conclude next Thursday at the college with a look at the drug enforcement side of this issue.
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