Bush plan to expand school drug testing spurs debate

01/28/2004 | USA Today

In his State of the Union address last week, President Bush proposed making $25 million available for school drug testing. While proponents of random testing credit the practice with a drop in teen drug use, opponents fear the testing could discourage students from participating in extracurricular activities.

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