Governor Granholm has signed legislation designed to deal with the aftermath of making and using methamphetamine.
The package of bills requires the state to develop new procedures for cleaning up makeshift sites contaminated by meth production.
It also prohibits people from using Web sites to give instructions to make the illegal drug, and adds meth exposure to the definition of child abuse.
Meth is a highly addictive drug that can be made with common household products, including cold medicine. It's a growing problem in many parts of Michigan and in several other states.