A Dream Home Can Turn Uninhabitable If It Once Was A Meth House

A Dream Home Can Turn Uninhabitable If It Once Was A Meth House

By Barbara Brosher

Indiana leads the nation in methamphetamine lab seizures. Hundreds of homes are contaminated with dangerous chemicals. But people aren’t always told the house they’re buying is contaminated.

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