Drug paraphernalia being put to use in the ...
19-April-2008, United States, Ionia Sentinel Standard
Portland Public Schools' Westwood Elementary School received a boost in its ability to educate students Friday afternoon, thanks to a donation from the Central Michigan Enforcement Team.
Six fifth graders helped Portland Public Schools officials, ...
Sniffing out a fruit-flavored trend in cocaine
17-April-2008, United States, MSNBC
Federal drug agents say candy-flavored cocaine is a new and troubling development and are hoping to keep it from spreading to the rest of the country after its recent emergence in California.
Drug rings have occasionally sold cocaine mixed with ...
Drug War Funnies
13-March-2006, United States, Hammer of Truth
Joseph Frederick, an Alaska high school student, was suspended for unfurling a banner which read “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” across the street from his school. According to Reuters, the principal took Frederick’s banner and suspended him for 10 days for ...
Clergy join war on drugs
12-March-2006, United States, boston.com
The faith community has joined Saugus's fight against teenage drug and alcohol abuse and related crimes.
The Saugus Clergy Association will hold a drug awareness forum at 7 tomorrow night at Belmonte Saugus Middle School on Dow Street to ...
Drugs policy changes threaten “social” suppliers
07-December-2005, United Kingdom, Young People Now
Young drug users could be accused of more serious offences under Government plans to standardise charges, a leading drugs charity has warned.
At present cases are dealt with individually, but the Home Office has written to stakeholders asking for ...
Battle won, but war's not over
28-October-2005, Canada, The Edmonton Sun
West-end cops say they've made a significant dent in organized crime and drug trafficking after two undercover investigations led to the arrests of 15 people, including six with ties to gangs.
But while cops said they've created a safer ...
School Considers Testing Students For Drugs
19-October-2005, United States, KMBC-TV
School board members in Sedalia are considering testing its students for drug use.
KMBC's Marcus Moore reported Tuesday that school leaders, parents and teachers admit that child drug use is a problem, but they don't all agree that drug testing ...
Denied for drugs
12-October-2005, United States, The Daily Vanguard
Over 41,000 potential students were denied federal financial aid during the 2003-04 academic year because they either reported a drug conviction or refused to answer a question about drug convictions on their federal financial aid application, ...
The Failed Drug War
07-October-2005, United States, BellaOnline
The war on drugs is a war on people. The laws for controlled substances are completely uncontrolled street drugs that are often bulked up with non-drugs to add weight to increase price. Punishment for possession or sale of drugs has filled our ...
US judge puts sex ban on teenager who took drugs
04-October-2005, United States, Guardian Unlimited
A judge in Texas has banned a teenage drug offender from having sex as part of her probation, as long as she is living with her parents and attending school.
Christina Brazier, 17, pleaded guilty to possession of drugs, a crime which carries up to ...
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