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Anti-meth ads to target teens

By Cade Fowler - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –A new ad campaign started this week aimed at keeping Georgia teens off meth.

U.S. Senator Johnny Isaakson and state attorney general Thurbert Baker helped launch the campaign in Atlanta.

The Georgia Meth Project will use TV, radio, newspapers, Internet, and billboard ads featuring teens who've used meth in the past.

Baker says meth abuse costs the state $1.3 billion dollars a year in health care, social services, and law enforcement.


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