http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/nation/6277313.htm?template=contentModules/pri ntstory.jsp The Bush administration's latest effort to expand the role of religious organizations in government services enlists church-based youth groups in antidrug programs, the Associated Press says. The Office of National Drug Control Policy is offering guides, brochures and a Web site with information for leaders of religious youth groups to use in teaching - or preaching - a message against the use of marijuana and other drugs. "Religious . . .
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