DARE Returns to Colorado, Minus ‘Just Say No’

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Two decades after Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) was declared dead, it and similar drug- and alcohol-prevention programs are back in Colorado classrooms, the Denver Post reports. The finger-wagging, “Just Say No” messaging that turned DARE into a policy pariah is absent from the curriculum, which tries to persuade a generation of kids whose parents may legally consume marijuana or . . .

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