Thursday, September 14, 2006

Random Drug Tests for Scottish Teens

Many believe that Scottish schoolchildren should be subject to random drug tests under government-approved pilot schemes. They believe the time had come to consider widespread drug-testing in Scottish schools in an attempt to challenge the "culture of acceptance" of drug abuse among young people.

This is socialism at its finest. Testing is going to solve the drug problem for teenagers? It is more government, more expense and no proof that it would actually work. Treating the symptoms and not the causes -- bad government at its finest.

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