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The records: Statistics by county about methamphetamine lab seizures in Kansas.
Why youd want them: To learn more about meth labs in the state and where theyve been found.
Where you get them: The Kansas Bureau of Investigations has the reports on its website, www.kansas.gov/kbi. Click on the Drug Enforcement link and then on Statistics. Then click on the Methamphetamine Clandestine Lab Seizure Statistics.
How much does it cost: The information is free.