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Utahns to pledge to ‘End Meth Now'

Utahns to pledge to ‘End Meth Now'

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(KSL News) Gov. Jon Huntsman and other Utah leaders were on hand today to renew the states pledge to end meth abuse.

Huntsman said, "We want to see this pledge, this End Meth Now pledge, in every single county of this state."

Leaders and recovering meth users signed the pledge at the House of Hope on 667 E. S. Temple, which is a recovery facility for women and their children.

The pledge is printed on a traveling banner. It includes a pledge to never use meth and to support those seeking recovery for meth addiction.

The banner will travel throughout the state, and you can sign an online version of the pledge by following the related link.

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