Drug Abuse: Testing the Waters

Testing the Waters

Chalk it up to the fervid atmosphere created by the nation's concern over drug abuse, but some of the suggestions are getting a little wild. Attorney General Edwin Meese last week urged employers to help in the drug campaign by undertaking "surveillance of problem areas such as locker rooms, parking lots and nearby taverns if necessary." On the other side of the field, a group of San Diego civil libertarians who call themselves Question Authority have put together a three-minute telephone tape offering advice on how to disguise drug traces in urine. "Two large tablespoons of bleach (poured into a urine...

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