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DEA meth database sparks concerns.

NAA/NMHC have submitted comments to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) expressing concerns over the DEA's National Clandestine Laboratory Registry. The online database (, which went live in December, lists apartment communities that may be involved in storing, manufacturing or distributing methamphetamine.

NAA/NMHC's letter cites concerns that the database: 1. does not indicate why communities have been listed; 2. does not offer an appeals process to remove erroneously identified communities; and 3. does not have a mechanism to remove communities that have been appropriately remediated. The letter is at
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Title Annotation:CAPITOL BEAT
Date:May 1, 2007
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