New Jersey adopts mandatory steroid tests for high schoolers

06/8/2006 | Bloomberg

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association approved a plan to begin randomly testing high school athletes at state championships for steroids and other substances. An NJSIAA official estimates the testing, slated to begin next school year, will involve about 500 out of 10,000 competitors, at a cost of about $150 per test.

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