DENVER — Half a dozen Colorado libraries temporarily closed in recent months over fear that methamphetamine residue in their public bathrooms could make people sick.
The libraries spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to test for and cleanup meth contamination.
But numerous public health experts say the health risks are extremely low. In fact, Denver7 obtained internal emails from several of the libraries that closed, showing officials knew about the low risks and decided to close anyway.
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