More Random School Drug Tests Likely In Bush Plan

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President Bush’s call for a tenfold increase in federal funds for drug testing at schools, to $25 million each year, may encourage schools to conduct random tests, says Gannett News Service. More schools are likely to apply for aid if Congress approves Bush’s plan, says Julie Underwood of the National School Boards Association. The cost
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