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High-School Drug Testing

A Texas high school is under fire for a plan to subject students to random drug tests. What do you think of the idea of high-school drug tests?
  • "American high schools are doing a fine job without subjecting its students to oppressive drug tests. What is this, the USFR?"

    Greg Dunnert
    Delivery Driver
  • "We must have drug testing in schools, as our children are our greatest resource. Well, second greatest, after cobalt."

    Rachel Kinnard
    Teacher
  • "At least it's constitutional for Texas high-school students to pray that they pass their drug tests."

    Vance Walker
    Systems Analyst
  • "Isn't there some sort of medication we can prescribe kids to make them stop doing drugs?"

    Matthew Robles
    Banker
  • "So many kids are dying from marijuana overdoses, we had to do something."

    Linda DeMuth
    Physical Therapist
  • "Man, if they do that, I'm gonna take so many drugs that their, like, drug machine will blow the fuck up."

    Chad Liman
    Student