New Meth Bill Introduced to the General Assembly


A bill that would create a public registry for Indiana Meth offenders has been introduced in the General Assembly.

The registry would include all the names of people convicted after June 30th and whether they had to pay for an environmental cleanup.

Supporters of the bill say it allows potential employers or landlords to check out a person's history and possibly avoid the toxic byproducts left behind by Meth production.

Illinois, Minnesota, Montana and Tennessee already have similar registries.


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