Schools that institute student drug testing programs are likely to experience a rise in students’ consumption of ‘hard’ drugs like, according to observational trial data published this week in the Journal of Adolescent Health. Commenting on the findings, the study’s lead author affirmed, “It is clear that drug testing is not providing the solution for substance-use prevention that its advocates claim.”
In Mexico, restrictions on U.S. agents signal drug war shift
Peña Nieto’s decision to limit the ability of American agents to operate in Mexico has been met with dismay by U.S. law enforcement agencies, which left a heavy footprint under the previous administration of Felipe Calderon. They warn that intelligence sharing will suffer if they […]
For those who haven’t seen it yet, this is quite a wonderful thing to see in Congress.