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Montgomery County council will take up a bill later this morning on money the county seizes from drug dealers.

The bill would add to the areas where the county can spend the money. Council president Phil Andrews says there's over $2 million in the fund, and he would like to see some of it spent on rehab for drug users.

Matt Bush reports...

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