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Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 12:31 am, Thu Oct 11, 2012.

When Jonathan and Beth Hankins left their lawyer’s office more than a month ago, Jonathan felt dejected. He and his family were forced out of their recently purchased home after they discovered the presence of toxic residue from methamphetamine production. The residue created sores in the mouth of their 2-year-old son, and gave Hankins and his wife headaches.

Now, with an online petition gathering more than 200,000 signatures and their story told by national media outlets, the Hankins family feel like David taking on Goliath.

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