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chris ornelas • john w. brennan • joshua panas • kob (new mexico) • public funding • second chance (related, criminon)
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Dec 4, 2008
Sheriff criticizes drug rehab program — KOB (New Mexico)
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Type: TV
Author(s): Chris Ornelas, Joshua Panas
Source: KOB (New Mexico)
A controversial drug rehab program on Albuquerque's West Side may be on the verge of losing its state funding. Second Chance has been ridiculed for its expensive carrot juice and sauna approach to cleaning up addicts and now, some people are questioning whether it's a good use of taxpayer dollars. "Lets put that money, especially right now, when were on real hard economic times, lets put that money where we know it has a proven successful track record," said Bernalillo County ...
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