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From the ECS State Policy Database
At-Risk (incl. Dropout Prevention)--Drugs/Alcohol


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State Status/Date Level Summary
IDSigned into law 03/2014P-12School Safety
H.B. 589
Requires school district boards of trustees to develop a school safety plan for each school and to meet annually with emergency first responders to update the plans and discuss emergency exercises and operations. Changes the distribution of public schools' sha...

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ALAdopted 12/2013P-12Specialized Treatment Centers in Alabama
AL ADC 290-8-8-.01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12
Creates new chapter of administrative rules establishing requirements for treatment centers for K-12 students. Defines "treatment" as a planned, individualized program of educational, medical, psychological or rehabilitative procedures, experiences and activit...

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NYSigned into law 12/2013P-12Course of Instruction on Adolescent Problem Gambling
S.B. 4499
Requires the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services, in consultation with the department of education, to establish a curriculum for course of instruction on adolescent problem gambling. Provides that the course of instruction may be provided at a s...

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ILSigned into law 08/2013P-12Young Adults Heroin Use Task Force
H.B. 946
Creates the Young Adults Heroin Use Task Force to address the growing problem of heroin use in high schools. Establishes membership. Directs the task force to conduct a study on the heroin use problem in high schools and suggest programs for high schools to us...

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TXSigned into law 06/2013P-12Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Suicide Prevention
S.B. 831
Previous legislation required the department of state health services, in coordination with the Texas Education Agency (TEA), to provide and annually update a list of recommended best practice-based early mental health intervention and suicide prevention progr...

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ILPassed 05/2013P-12Physical Fitness
H.J.R. 5
Encourage educators and school administrators to suggest some topics, but not limited to the following for discussion during fitness awareness week: nutrition and dietary behavior, physical activity protocols, tobacco-use prevention, alcohol or drug use preven...

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ILPassed 05/2013P-12Underage Drinking and Parental Education
H.R. 162
Encourages districts to establish educational programs to inform parents about the dangers of serving alcohol to minors and the prohibition on serving alcohol to minors and the punishment for a violation of the prohibition. Encourages all parents and minors to...

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UTSigned into law 03/2013P-12Parent Seminar on Youth Protection
H.B. 298
Directs a district to offer a parent seminar each year, using either a locally-developed curriculum or a curriculum developed by the state board, that includes information on substance abuse; bullying; mental health, depression, and suicide awareness; and Inte...

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MTSigned into law 02/2013P-12Repeal DARE program
S.B. 73
Repeals the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E) Program. Abolishes the D.A.R.E. Trust Fund Account, the Voluntary Income Tax Checkoff, and program administration.
http://leg.mt.gov/bills/2013/billpdf/SB0073.pdf...

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NDSigned into law 05/2011P-12Student Use of Alcohol or Controlled Substance Notification
H.B. 1086
Provides that a teacher must notify the school principal if the teacher knows or has reason to believe that a student is using, is in possession of, or is delivering alcohol or a controlled substance while on school property, while involved in a school-related...

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VASigned into law 02/2011P-12Youth Health Risk Survey
S.B. 1094
Requires the Department of Health to develop and administer a random survey of students in public middle and high schools to facilitate planning and implementation of effective programs for substance abuse prevention through collection of information identifyi...

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MOSigned into law 06/2010P-12Substance Abuse
H.B. 1543--Multiple Provisions
Requires regulations to be issued requiring contractors and subcontractors working on public works construction projects at public schools to establish and implement a random drug and alcohol testing program. The tests must be administered by a certified labor...

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WVSigned into law 03/2010P-12Implements the High School Graduation Improvement Act
H.B. 4593
Implements the High School Graduation Improvement Act, which includes: (1) the continued exploration of diverse instructional delivery strategies to accommodate various learning styles that will focus on a statewide dropout intervention and prevention program ...

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ILSigned into law 08/2009P-12Performance-enhancing Substance Testing
H.B. 272
Repeals provision effective July 2011. Requires the Illinois High School Association to prohibit a student from participating in an association-sponsored or -sanctioned athletic competition unless:
(1) The student agrees not to use any performance-enhancing su...

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OHSigned into law 07/2009P-12Administration of Prescription Drugs to Students
H.B. 1 - Section 3313.713
Effective July 1, 2011, permits only district employees who are licensed health professionals, or who have completed a drug administration training program conducted by a licensed health professional and considered appropriate by the board, to administer presc...

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OHSigned into law 07/2009P-12In-Service Training on Violence Prevention
H.B. 1 - Section 3319.073
Partially from DOE summary of H.B. 1:
Extends to public middle and high schools a requirement that under existing law applies to public elementary schools, which requires a school nurse, teacher, counselor, school psychologist or administrator to complete fou...

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ORSigned into law 06/2009P-12Student Health
H.B. 5051
Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Youth Authority for certain biennial expenses; limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts and federal funds received from Department of Education and Depart...

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TXSigned into law 06/2009P-12Alcohol Awareness in the Health Curriculum
S.B. 1344
Directs the state board, in adopting the essential knowledge and skills (state standards) for the health curriculum, to adopt essential knowledge and skills that address the dangers, causes, consequences, signs, symptoms and treatment of binge drinking and alc...

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IDSigned into law 04/2009P-12Appropriation for Substance Abuse Prevention
H.B. 315
Appropriates moneys to the Department of Health and Welfare for substance abuse services in the Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Program for fiscal year 2010; provides that the State Controller shall make transfers from the General Fund; directs expend...

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NYSigned into law 09/2008Postsec.
Community College
Campus Security Officers
S.B. 6949
Expands the powers granted to appointed campus security officers; provides that such officers may issue appearance tickets and a navigation summons or complaint; provides that such officers may seize an alcoholic beverage in the possession of an individual und...

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LAIssued 08/2008P-12Council on Safe and Drug-Free Schools
Executive Order 64
Reestablishes the Governor's Advisory Council on Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities within the Executive Department, Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools.
http://www.gov.state.la.us/assets/docs/OfficialDocuments/08222008EO62SafeDrugFreeSchoolsCommunit...

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NHSigned into law 06/2008P-12Health Curriculum
S.B. 359
Updates the health education curriculum requirements to include instruction on the effects of alcohol and other drugs, child abuse, human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, and sexually transmitted diseases on the human system; requ...

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OKSigned into law 05/2008P-12Drug/Alcohol Education for Prenatal Mothers
H.B. 2705
Requires all prenatal classes to include in their education curriculum the risks of drug or alcohol use during pregnancy, risks of underage drinking, information on screening, assessment, intervention and referral for treatment of substance dependency.
http://...

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UTSigned into law 03/2008P-12Substance Abuse Services to Pregnant Minors
H.B. 316
Amends the Human Services Code to requires a local substance abuse authority to ensure that all substance abuse treatment programs that receive public funds provide priority for admission to a pregnant minor. Requires a local substance abuse authority to provi...

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UTSigned into law 02/2008P-12
Postsec.
Community College
Dangers of Meth
H.C.R. 1
Urges junior high, high school and postsecondary institutions to distribue age appropriate materials on the dangers of meth, and that these materials be made available to the business community, city and county governments, and religious communities. Urges sta...

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ILSigned into law 08/2007P-12Safety Education
H.B. 3327
Provides safety education in public schools includes instruction on the consequences of alcohol consumption and the operation of a motor vehicle. http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/95/HB/PDF/09500HB3327lv.pdf...

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NJAdopted 07/2007P-12Programs to Support Student Services
NJAC 6A:16-1.3 and 4.1; NJAC 6A:16-4.4
Amends rules regarding programs to support student development. Relates to voluntary policies for the random testing of student alcohol or other drug use, which is limited to students participating in extracurricular activities. Establishes requirements for vo...

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ORSigned into law 06/2007P-12Controlled Substances
S.B. 296
Classifies the unlawful delivery of marijuana or a schedule I, II, or III controlled substance to a person under 18 years of age by a person at least 18 years of age and at least three years older than the recipient as a category 8 crime; classifies unlawful m...

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FLSigned into law 06/2007P-12Drug Testing for School Athletes
H.B. 463
Relates to public records of drug test findings in high school athletics; exempts from public records requirements findings of drug test administered to a student by a testing agency with which the state High School Athletics Association has contracted; exempt...

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FLSigned into law 06/2007P-12School Athletics Drug Testing Program
H.B. 461
Relates to high school athletics drug testing; requires the state High School Athletic Association to facilitate a drug testing program to randomly test certain students for anabolic steroid use; requires test findings to be maintained separately from the educ...

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TXSigned into law 05/2007Postsec.Steroid Testing
S.B. 8
Requires random steroid testing of high school students participating in University Interscholastic League (UIL) -sponsored and UIL-sanctioned athletic competitions.
http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodocs/80R/billtext/pdf/SB00008F.pdf...

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TNSigned into law 04/2007P-12Reporting Suspicion of Drug Offenses
H.B. 1271, S.B. 1529
Requires school personnel to report reasonable suspicion of drug offenses committed by students to principal; permits school personnel to report drug offenses committed on school property to appropriate authorities, if the principal is unavailable.
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IDSigned into law 04/2007P-12Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program
S.B. 1237 (Section 6)
Provides that it is legislative intent that the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program include the following:
(1) Districts will develop a policy and plan which will provide a guide for their substance abuse programs.
(2) Districts will have an advisory boar...

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IDSigned into law 03/2007P-12Teen Early Intervention Mental Health and Substance Abuse Specialist Program
S.B. 1147
Defines "teens at risk" as public school students in grades 7-12 who have been identified as expressing or exhibiting indications of depression, suicidal inclination, emotional trauma, substance abuse or other behaviors or symptoms that indicate the existenc...

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MNSigned into law 03/2007P-12Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Following Treatment
S.B. 1499
Ensures a student's ability to participate in league-sponsored activities after completing licensed treatment programs for alcohol or substance abuse, mental illness or emotional disturbance.
http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/bin/unoff_eng.php?session=ls85&ver...

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UTSigned into law 03/2007P-12Alcohol Enforcement Grants
S.B. 51
Expands the list of state agencies that can be awarded grants for alcohol enforcement by the Utah Substance Abuse and Anti-Violence Coordinating Council to include the State Office of Education. http://le.utah.gov/~2007/bills/sbillenr/sb0051.htm (scroll to en...

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WYSigned into law 02/2007P-12Professional Assistance Program Extended to Teachers
H.B. 302
Extends the professional assistance program, which provides drug or alcohol abuse prevention, referral, treatment or rehabilitation, to any individual teaching in a public school with a certificate or permit issued by the state Professional Teaching Standards ...

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CAVetoed 09/2006P-12Survey of Student Drug, Alcohol Use and Bullying
A.B. 2510
Amends existing law that requires the Attorney General to conduct a biennial survey of drug and alcohol use among pupils enrolled in grades 7, 9, and 11 to provide the survey shall also assess pupils' experiences with harassment and bullying. Requires the Atto...

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NYSigned into law 07/2006P-12Controlled Substances Offenses
S.B. 8431
Adds school buses as a designated area for the purposes of controlled substances offenses....

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HISigned into law 07/2006P-12Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
S.B. 2505
Appropriates funds to extend adolescent school-based substance abuse treatment programs to all middle and intermediate schools, with priority given to schools with the greatest need. http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/sessioncurrent/bills/sb2505_cd1_.htm...

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MISigned into law 07/2006P-12Steroid Use
H.B. 4118
Require public schools to ensure that their athletic eligibility policies make the use of steroids a violation that would affect a student's eligibility, and require the department of community health to make available a regularly updated list of performance e...

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MISigned into law 07/2006P-12Possession of Anabolic Steroids
H.B. 4594
Amends school drug free zone law to ban possession of anabolic steroids and other controlled substances within 1,000 feet of school property.
http://www.legislature.mi.gov/documents/2005-2006/publicact/pdf/2006-PA-0216.pdf...

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HISigned into law 06/2006P-12Substance Abuse Screening and Treatment
S.B. 3273
Improves the process by which public school students are assessed and treated for substance abuse. Defines certified substance abuse counselor. Mandates that substance abuse assessments for alcohol or drug dependence be provided by a qualified physician, psy...

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OKSigned into law 06/2006P-12Task Force on Adolescent Substance Abuse
H.B. 2485
Establishes the task force on adolescent substance abuse and misuse of household items to study the prevalence of the misuse and abuse of drugs and household items among adolescents and mechanism to prevent such abuse including, but not limited to, education p...

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MESigned into law 06/2006P-12Performance-enhancing Substances by Athletes
S.B. 749; LD 1952
Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to establish a performance-enhancing substance list, to publish
the list on its publicly accessible website and to notify the Department of Education of the list. The bill also requires
sport coaches, athl...

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VTSigned into law 05/2006P-12Hazing, Harassment, Bullying, Suicide, or Substance Abuse Prevention Training
H.B. 867 - Section 27
Requires schools to annually submit the names of organizations and individuals who have provided effective hazing, harassment, bullying, suicide, or substance abuse prevention training for staff or students, or both.  Directs the commissioner to consult with t...

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GAAdopted 05/2006P-12Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program
GAC 375-5-4
Establishes rules regarding the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program for Georgia schools. Requires all schools serving students grade nine and above to make the ADAP course available to eligible students at least once annually. Establishes requirements for inst...

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TNSigned into law 05/2006P-12Anabolic Steroid Prevention
S.J.R. 746
Encourages every school participating in interscholastic sports to request their students to sign a pledge not to unlawfully use anabolic steroids.
http://www.legislature.state.tn.us/bills/currentga/BILL/SJR0746.pdf...

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KYSigned into law 04/2006P-12Teacher Drug Testing
H.B. 341 Section 4
Requires a teacher who has been disciplined for illegal use of controlled substances to submit to random or periodic drug testing for up to 12 months after the disciplinary action as a condition of retaining employment. Provides that a teacher whose certifica...

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IDSigned into law 04/2006P-12Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program
H.B. 847 Section 6
Provides that it is legislative intent that the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program include the following:
(1) Districts will develop a policy and plan which will provide a guide for their substance abuse programs.
(2) Districts will have an advisory bo...

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UTSigned into law 03/2006P-12Urges Use of Prevention Dimensions Curriculum
H.C.R. 3
Strongly urges education in the public education system to utilize Prevention Dimensions, the state's Safe and Drug Free School curriculum to education students regarding substance abuse; strongly urges the citizens of the state to increase their awareness of ...

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SDVeto overridden: legislature has overridden governor's veto 02/2006P-12Student Eligibilty Restrictions
H.B. 1147
Amends 13-32-9. Any person adjudicated, convicted, the subject of an informal adjustment or court approved juvenile diversion program, or the subject of a suspended imposition of sentence for possession, use, or distribution of controlled drugs or substances o...

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NMSigned into law 02/2006P-12Penalties for Drug-Free Zone Offenses
H.B. 179
Relates to controlled substances; revises the criminal offense of trafficking controlled substances to include the distribution and sale of methamphetamine, its salts and isomers; expands the definition of a drug-free zone to include private and parochial scho...

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NJRule Adoption 08/2005P-12Programs To Support Student Development
NJAC 6A:16-1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.5 thru 5.8, 6.1 thru 6.3,7.1, 7.2 thru 7.10, 8 thru 11
Establishes and amends requirements for school district boards relating to development and implementation of school safety plans, cooperation with law enforcement on certain matters if they occur at school grounds and functions, development and implementation ...

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ILSigned into law 06/2005P-12Steroid Abuse Prevention Education
S.B. 64
Requires a school district to provide steroid abuse prevention education to students who participate in interscholastic athletic programs. http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?Name=094-0014...

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IDSigned into law 04/2005P-12Division of Children's Programs
S.B. 1224
Establishes legislative intent for the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program. Requires program to include the following:
(1) Districts will develop a policy and plan which will provide a guide for their substance abuse programs.
(2) Districts will have an a...

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NMSigned into law 04/2005P-12Alcohol on School Premises
H.B. 275
Prohibits alcohol possession or consumption on public school premises; establishes penalties.

http://legis.state.nm.us/Sessions/05%20Regular/final/HB0275.pdf...

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ARSigned into law 04/2005P-12Child Maltreatment Act
S.B. 392
Amends the Child Maltreatment Act to includes acts involving drugs, alcohol, mistreatment and obscene behavior; includes school boards, superintendents and principals in reporting requirements. http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/ftproot/bills/2005/public/sb392.pdf...

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NMVetoed 03/2005P-12School
S.B. 410
Teaches effects of alcohol & drugs in schools....

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NYSigned into law 11/2004P-12Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco School Testing
S.B. 953
Requires students shall be required to demonstrate knowledge in the subject areas of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs through the use of a test, graded project or report, or any other means prescribed by the school authorities. http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg...

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CAVetoed 09/2004P-12Steroids and Performance-Enhancing Dietary Supplements
S.B. 1630
Requires the Department of Health Services to develop a list of performance enhancing dietary supplements. Requires school districts to prohibit a pupil from participating in high school sports unless the pupil agrees not to use the prohibited substances and t...

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CAVetoed 09/2004P-12Pupils: Drug and Alcohol Testing
S.B. 1386
Provides for drug and alcohol testing of a pupil only upon a reasonable suspicion the pupil is unlawfully using or has unlawfully used a controlled substance or alcohol. Requires a school district, if it adopts a drug and alcohol testing policy, to provide ade...

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LASigned into law 07/2004P-12
Postsec.
Controlled Substances Laboratory Near Schools
H.B. 1437
Prohibits the operation of a clandestine controlled substance laboratory on or within 1,000 feet of school property; provides penalties. http://www.legis.state.la.us/leg_docs/04RS/CVT7/OUT/0000LWNH.PDF...

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TNSigned into law 05/2004P-12Alcohol and Drug Usage Awareness Study
H.J.R. 1006
Urges state board of education to study the inclusion of alcohol awareness and drug usage awareness in K-12 curriculums, including dangers of driving under the influence. http://www.legislature.state.tn.us/bills/currentga/BILL/HJR1006.pdf...

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DERule Adoption 11/2003P-12Possession/Use or Distribution of Drugs and Alcohol
14 DAC 612
Establishes rules removing the reference to an unauthorized beeper or communication devise from 1.3 and 3.10 as it relates to searching a student's motor vehicle. Changes the words 'caffeine pills' to 'diet pills' for clarity of intention in the definition of ...

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ORRule Adoption 08/2003P-12Athletics Department Chemical Health Program
OAR 577-033-0001, -0010, -0020, -0030, -0040, -0050, -0060
Establishes rules to support the Athletics Department chemical health program which incorporates educational, testing, and treatment components. Establishes procedural requirements for drug testing of participants in student athletic programs. OREGON REG 24555...

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WAEmergency Rule Adoption 07/2003Postsec.Alcohol on Campus
WAC 478-136-030
Amends rules concerning alcohol on campus. Regulates the sale, possession, consumption, and service of alcohol on the UW campuses. Repeals rules prohibiting the sale of alcohol on campus. WASHINGTON REG 21962 (SN)...

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ILSigned into law 07/2003P-12Sale of Tobacco to Minors
S.B. 1030
Amends the Sale of Tobacco to Minors Act. Provides that the sale or distribution at no charge of cigarettes from a lunch wagon engaging in any sales activity within 1,000 feet of any public or private elementary or secondary school grounds is prohibited. http:...

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FLSigned into law 06/2003P-12Smoking On or Near School Property
H.B. 63 - A
Revises provisions of the Smoking in Enclosed Indoor Workplace Act for purpose of implementing an article of State Constitution;
re-enacts provisions which prohibit any person under 18 years of age to smoke tobacco in, on, or within 1,000 feet of the real pro...

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MESigned into law 06/2003P-12Drug Survey and Drug Prevention Programs
H.P. 333 (LD 425)
Requires the director of the office of substance abuse to review procedures for collecting youth drug and alcohol use information, including a review of Washington State's "Healthy Youth Survey." Director must report to legislature in fall 2003 with recommend...

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FLSigned into law 06/2003P-12
Postsec.
Community College
Drug Abuse, Prevention and Control
S.B. 1588
Prohibits the sale, manufacture, or delivery of controlled substances, or possession of controlled substances with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, within 1000 feet of certain educational institutions, public parks, publicly owned community centers or ...

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IASigned into law 05/2003P-12Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund
H.F. 685
Makes appropriation from the healthy Iowans tobacco trust and the tobacco settlement trust fund for various initiatives, including for a $400,000 grant to a program that utilizes high school mentors to teach life skills, violence prevention, and character educ...

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TXBecame law without governor's signature 05/2003P-12Mental Health and Substance Abuse Programs
S.B. 491
Requires the Texas Education Agency, in conjunction with the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, the Texas Department of Health, and the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, shall assess existing school-based mental health and subs...

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ARSigned into law 04/2003P-12
Postsec.
Manufacturing a Controlled Substance
H.B. 2155
Subjects an offender to an enhanced sentence of an additional ten years in prison for manufacturing a controlled substance nears various facilities including a school or college. http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/ftproot/bills/2003/public/HB2155.pdf...

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VASigned into law 03/2003P-12Drug Test in Public Schools
H.B. 2091
Requires voluntary and mandatory drug testing policies, in accordance with the most recent enunciation of constitutional principles by the Supreme Court of the United State of America, to be included in the Board of Education's guidelines for student conduct p...

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ALAct No. 04/2002P-12Governor's Alcohol and Drug Abuse Task Force
H.J.R. 62
Requests Governor's Alcohol and Drug Abuse Task Force to study and report on the problem of teenage in-vehicle alcohol and drug use. http://alisdb.legislature.state.al.us/acas/searchableinstruments/2002rs/resolutions/hjr62.htm...

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IDSigned into law 03/2002P-12Student Voluntary Disclosure of Alcohol or Drug Use
H.B. 548
Revises the procedure governing the response by school employees when a student makes a voluntary disclosure and when a student is reasonably suspected to be using or under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance....

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TNSigned into law 05/2001P-12Drug Offenses -- Teachers
H.B. 1040
Requires immediate suspension and dismissal of teachers convicted of certain drug offenses. Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 5, Part 5....

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NDSigned into law 04/2001P-12Smoking Prevention
S.B. 2380
Establishes a youth smoking prevention commission; provides a community health grant program....

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MNSigned into law 04/2001P-12Notification of Student's Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
S.B. 991
Requires notification to schools by law enforcement when a student within their jurisidiction is found in possession of drug paraphernalia....

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NDSigned into law 04/2001P-12Teachers to Notify Principals
H.B. 1046
One portion of the bill requires teachers to notify principals if they know of or have reason to believe that a student is using, in possession of, or delivering alcohol or a controlled substance while on school property or in a school-related activity....

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VASigned into law 03/2001P-12Alcohol Abuse
H.B. 1882
Relates to public school instruction regarding alcohol abuse and drunk driving; provides that instruction concerning the public safety hazards of alcohol abuse, underage drinking and drunk driving shall be provided in the public schools; provides that the Depa...

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VASigned into law 03/2001P-12Employee Drug Offenses
H.B. 1862
Suspension of school employees. Provides that school employees who are placed on probation as first offenders for drug offenses are not entitled to any escrowed salary or reinstatement. Under current law, a school employee may be suspended for good and just ca...

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VASigned into law 02/2001P-12Instruction in Dangers of Alcohol
H.B. 1882
Relates to public school instruction regarding alcohol abuse and drunk driving; adds instruction in alcohol and alcohol abuse, the illegality of underage drinking, and the dangers of drunk driving to the instruction in drug abuse currently required to be provi...

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OKSigned into law 06/2000P-12Drug, Alcohol Testing
H.B. 1289
Authorizes certain drug and/or alcohol testing on pupils under certain circumstances....

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VTSigned into law 05/2000P-12Liability for Alcohol Consumption; Bus Driver Intoxication
H.B. 566
Makes a social host who furnishes intoxicating liquor to a minor liable under the Dram Shop Act for damages and injuries caused by the intoxicated minor; changes illegal blood alcohol concentration to .02 for a school bus operator....

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VASigned into law 03/2000P-12Drug Testing
H.B. 588
Permits local school boards to require as a condition for re-enrollment or continued enrollment in public school, that students who have been convicted or adjudicated delinquent of drug-related offenses submit to drug testing; provides that Board of Education ...

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VASigned into law 03/2000P-12Reporting of Violations
H.B. 1361
Authorizes law-enforcement officers to report suspected violations of the Drug Control Act that occurred on school property, on a school bus, or at a school-sponsored activity by students to school principals....

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NMVetoed 03/2000P-12Drug Prevention Funding
H.B. 364
Establishes youth drug prevention programs in communities and schools makes an appropriation....

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VASigned into law 02/2000P-12Drug Testing for Certain Juveniles
S.B. 153
Requires juveniles found delinquent and adults found guilty for a first drug offense be subject to periodic substance abuse testing, drug treatment and education; mandates six months extra time on a felony sentence if the mandatory drug assessment indicates a ...

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MISigned into law 01/2000P-12Possession of alcohol
S.B. 246
Public Act 274; Relates to crimes; prohibits the consumption or possession of alcoholic liquor on school property; provides penalties....

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