Has Hawaii's meth problem gotten better over the last few years? Do scare tactics like those used in the PSAs work? Dan Boylan moderates a panel of experts on the topic, and contributing editor Howard Dicus delivers his weekly economic update with Everybody's Business.

Panelists include: CINDY ADAMS from the Hawaii Meth Project; CAROLYN DENNEY, the parent of Meth Addict; MICHAEL BRODERICK, a Family Court Judge; and WILLIAM HANING, MD., of the Pacific Addiction Research Center at UH Medical School. This conversation was recorded on October 8, 2009 in the PBS Hawaii studio.

Insights on PBS Hawaii is presented on Thursdays at 7:30 PM on PBS Hawaii.


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