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Drugs / Youth and Marijuana / Home Drug Use Test #159824

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 13, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Baltimore County, MD: Jerry King) The comeback in the use of marijuana by American youth examined. [TEEN, Maryland state police sergeant Peter LANDON, drug rehab participant "ALYSON", TEEN, National Institute on Drug Abuse Dr. Alan LESHNER - comment on the ease of access to and potency of marijuana and age of younger users.] Anti-marijuana ad campaign by the Partnership for a Drug Free America noted.

(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Fairfax, Virginia: Bill Greenwood) Marketing of a drug detection kit enabling parents to tell if their kids are using drugs featured; how the testing works reviewed. [Barringer Technologies president Kenneth WOOD - comments.] [American Psychiatric Association president Dr. Jerry WEINER, high school senior Sara CHRISTIANSEN; in Fairfax County, Virginia, MOTHER, parent Judi NARDELLA - offer views on the use of home drug test kits.]

Crier, Catherine;
Greenwood, Bill;
King, Jerry

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