Drug Messages To Kids Muddled, Use As High As Ever

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http://www.csmonitor.com/2003/0930/p16s01-lecl.html Today's kids in America are getting a muddled message about illegal drugs, from such sources as highway billboards, movies, magazines, and the Internet; from parents who drink at the dinner table; or from friends who experiment when nobody's home, says the Christian Science Monitor. In the first of a two-part series, the Monitor quotes screenwriter Mike Gray, author of "Drug Crazy," as saying, "There are so many mixed messages that kids think everybody is lying . . .

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