antidrug


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antidrug

(ăn′tē-drŭg′, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Directed against the production, distribution, and use of illegal drugs.
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Antidrug activities that degrade the environment flagrantly violate this constitutionally guaranteed right.
Now lawmakers and antidrug organizations, as well as former users like Clarissa, are getting the word out: Ecstasy is addictive and sometimes deadly.
McCaffrey is on a weeklong Asian tour seeking to strengthen international antidrug cooperation.
Also in the audience was Joyce Nalepka of America Cares, a parents' antidrug group based in Maryland that has been critical of efforts to legalize marijuana for medical use.
The history of America's antidrug programs and the nebulous nature of the drug subculture are reviewed briefly in order to establish a basis upon which further exploration of this topic is made possible.
that would establish a Rural Drug Enforcement Task Force, authorize $50 million for rural law enforcement training and increases the base allocation for distribution of antidrug funds to States under the Omnibus Crime Control Act of 1968 from $100,000 to $250,000.
Ross Perot is the demagogue who whipped up antidrug hysteria in Texas by catering to the worst fears of affluent white parents.
As part of a drug awareness program, the kids marched around the block carrying antidrug signs and chanting slogans such as "No glue for you" and "Just say no.
The new series, which premiered at the Montgomery Mall launch, includes several teen-oriented public service messages centering on antidrug use themes.
This problem must be resolutely confronted by the international community and a broad antidrug coalition formed," said Viktor Ivanov, Chairman of the State Anti-Drug Committee of the Russian Federation.
Dublin Mission is also claiming to be active in the community through antidrug campaigns and environmental clean ups around the Dublin area.
The Government also continued to commission nongovernmental organizations to assist in educating primary and secondary school children by sponsoring antidrug education programs in local schools and conducting antidrug seminars with parents, teachers, social workers and persons from various uniform groups.