Meth Awareness week kicks off with a rally

November 30, 2015 - KITV

The Hawaii Meth Project is kicking off Meth Awareness week with a rally!

On Monday evening, lots of cars could be heard honking by the State Capitol to support the cause. Senator Will Espero also joined in waving a sign on Beretania Street.

The goal is to eliminate the use of methamphetamine in Hawaii.

“The drug is a stimulant. It’s a productivity drug. People sometimes feel like they get superman effects, and once they have that rush, they want more of that,” said Georgi DeCosta who’s with the organization.

Meth Awareness Week is observed across the nation. Other events will be held this week on Kauai and the Big Island.

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