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(KSL News) The Davis County Health Department is now offering to pay for new tests for homes that once contained meth labs.
The move comes after the Utah Department of Health created stricter standards for drug-contaminated properties.
The Deseret Morning News reports there are 14 properties in Davis County that need to be re-inspected.
Officials say no one in those homes has reported illnesses related to the chemicals used in the meth.