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Mountain West libraries temporarily close due to meth contamination

Alexandre Magalhaes

For years, police in our region have dealt with crimes triggered by methamphetamine abuse. Now there’s a surprising new problem – meth contamination in libraries.

A number of libraries have closed recently for cleanup, including the main branch in Boulder, Colorado. KUNC's Leigh Paterson reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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