New Jersey School District May Implement Random Drug Testing (7/3/13)

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Parents expressed outrage Monday night after a New Jersey school district proposed random alcohol and drug testing for thousands of high school students.

A preliminary plan was outlined at a Northern Valley Regional High School Board meeting that would affect 5,000 students at the Demarest and Old Tappan high schools starting next year, NBC 4 New York reported.

FULL FEATURE ARTICLE: NBC New York