Riley to Sign Bill for Endangering Kids With Drugs

By: Deborah Tuff
By: Deborah Tuff

In classes teachers can witness the signs involving their students. Irritability, watery eyes, mental instability are just a few symptoms a child exposed to meth labs has

The household products used to make meth, have been made less accessible to consumers. This is different in meth making homes. Children have easy access to products that sit in baby bottles, and are poured into bathtubs. But the new legislation will make laws tougher on meth parents who are tough on their kids.

Children exposed to meth are often neglected and according to published reports suffer from the lack of supervision and physical abuse.

Now the bill will go to Alabama Governor Bob Riley to sign on Thursday the bill is part of the drug endangered legislation, proposed by Attorney General Troy King. It was co-sponsored by Senator Lowell Baron and Representative Ron Johnson.

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