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Teen Drinking / A Discussion #857734

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 04, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Youth Leadership Institute and CDC statistics on teen drinking cited.

(No location given: Len Turner) Random alcohol testing at Pequannock Township High School in New Jersey featured. [Students Cosimo LATERZALLY†, Tyler HOGAN†, Keith MARTINEZ†- react.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Live discussion held with Colts Neck High School principal Chris Steffner and Drug Policy Alliance Marsha Rosenbaum† about testing teens. [STEFFNER – comments on losing kids to drugs and alcohol each year; explains how the random testing works.] [ROSENBAUM – says this policy is being pushed by the administration and the drug testing industry; states there is no difference in drug use in schools that do and do not test; outlines drug abuse prevention steps.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Turner, Len

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