|Published: 4:31 PM, 01/10/2014
||Last updated: 4:32 PM, 01/10/2014
Author: Reed Johnson
Source: The Herald-News
A bill already filed in the Tennessee General Assembly that would stiffen the penalties for cooking meth around children has the full support of Rhea County’s state legislators.
Looking ahead to the upcoming legislative session, which begins on Tuesday, State Rep. Ron Travis, R-Dayton, said the proposed law has his full support.
For further details, see the Sunday edition of The Herald-News.