I just heard about a recently-passed law in Marion County, Florida. Please take a look at Marion’s Law at https://marionfl.org/aar The pics of the offenders makes me wonder about meth faces. And I wonder if the restrictions are long enough. And how are they controlled and observed. Thanks
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