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This 1997 photo provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration shows a methamphetamine lab found in an Oklahoma motel. Agents say active ingredients found in normal household items like starter fluid, lithium batteries, styrofoam cups and over-the-counter decongestants could be used in the apparatus to make the drug. (Drug Enforcement Administration via AP) **FILE**

This 1997 photo provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration shows a methamphetamine lab found in an Oklahoma motel. Agents say active ingredients found in normal household items like starter fluid, lithium batteries, styrofoam cups and over-the-counter decongestants could be used in the apparatus to make the drug. (Drug Enforcement Administration via AP) **FILE**

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