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, ...
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, ...
Are teenage novels making sex, drugs glamorous?
12-July-2005, United States, Shelby Star
Although few parents would object to their teens reading during the summer, more might object to the content in some of this summerís books for teens.
Issues such as teen sex and drug use are often addressed in coming-of-age literature, but some ...
Time for a new strategy in the war on drugs
15-June-2005, United States, The Seattle Times
"Is it Time to End the War on Drugs?" The King County Bar Association gave that title to a report in 2001, and now has put out a study that answers, yes. The study, "Effective Drug Control," argues that the use of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and ...
30-January-2005, United States, The New York Times
By DRAKE BENNETT
Alexander Shulgin, Sasha to his friends, lives with his wife, Ann, 30 minutes inland from the San Francisco Bay on a hillside dotted with valley oak, Monterey pine and hallucinogenic cactus. At 79, he stoops a little, but he is ...
DRUG HELP WEBSITE SLAMMED
27-October-2004, United Kingdom, dailyrecord
Tories yesterday claimed an Executive-sponsored drugs website encouraged kids to break the law.
Tory justice spokeswoman Annabel Goldie accused the Executive of using the Know the Score website to 'aid and abet' children to hide drugs from ...
Zero tolerance policy in full effect
27-October-2004, United States, The East Carolinian
The new zero tolerance policy enacted this year is trying to keep residents and others from using illegal drugs or marketing them in any way.
This policy was put into place by Campus Living in an attempt to keep the campus and its residents and ...
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