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Backs Sheriff Moss - adds no problem too big to solve

'We need to pray for the folks who are involved in this drug problem, as well' She says.

Linda Grigsby writes:
I wholeheartedly agree with the praise for Sheriff Moss and his stand on drugs. This is a real problem in our county, as well as elsewhere, and now it's being addressed. I pray daily for our leaders in this county, to make the right decisions and I feel like we are moving forward. We need to pray for the folks who are involved in this drug problem, as well. No problem is bad enough that it can't be fixed. It may take awhile, but if we all work together, as a community, we can solve anything. - Linda Grigsby
For Day One of Sheriff Moss' Ultimatum to Meth Manufacturers, Traffickers, and Users, Click to CM as a Daily News for Thursday, February 1, 2012 and scroll through the stories.

This story was posted on 2012-02-02 05:51:31
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