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Jun. 17: Crockett and Winder debate, meth abuse

Jun. 17: Crockett and Winder debate, meth abuse

By Richard Piatt | Posted - Jun. 17, 2012 at 9:00 a.m.



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OverviewIn this Sunday Edition: The race for Salt Lake County Mayor. Mark Crockett and Mike Winder meet face-to-face and make their case to the viewers. Plus a closer look at the aftermath of meth.

Segment 1&2

The republican primary race for Salt Lake County mayor is tight. Mike Winder and Mark Crockett both want the job and it isn't an easy one. More than one million people live in the county and the total budget is $950 million. Hear the candidates view on raising taxes, SkiLink and other important issues.

Segment 3

Last month DEA agents made one of the biggest meth busts in Utah history and promised there were more were to come. We took a closer look at the personal side of addiction, recovery and the battle to remove the drug from our communities.

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