Franklin County, which has struggled with a methamphetamine problem, would benefit from additional funding to the state drug court program, said State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific.
Curtman says he has located $7 million in unobligated state funds to help offenders facing drug and alcohol problems. He is working on getting the funding added to the state budget bill.
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