10/7/2013

Debate continues on a proposal to randomly drug test students in a New Jersey school district who participate in extracurricular activities, including sports. Testing supporters say they are motivated by reports of increased drug use among students. Critics say the random testing policy assumes guilt and makes students feel like criminals, an opinion expressed by high-school junior Jason Baretz, who recently spoke to the school board while wearing a striped inmate costume.

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