"This is a very good and strong bill -- the strongest and smartest in the country," Miller said.
"The new law should be a significant factor in reducing meth labs. That's crucial, because meth labs pose a very serious threat to children and others, and labs are an enormous drain siphoning off law enforcement resources we need for other public safety duties," he said.
Attorney General Tom Miller with Gov. Tom Vilsack (at right) at the State Capitol, March 22, 2005, when the Governor signed the methamphetamine bill.