Busted drug manufacturers who run meth labs and marijuana grow operations are now required to pay for evidence collection and cleanup costs. Chief Deputy Jack Campbell with the Sangamon County Sheriff's Office says enforcing the law may be easier said than done.
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Violators will also have to pay cleanup fees to emergency response teams under the new law, which went into effect yesterday. An additional fine will also be assessed anywhere from 750 to five-thousand dollars.