What Our Government Allows – Lobbyists and Legislators

Staggering Statistics

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About Drugs, Our Kids & Abuse

The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) reports that  age 13 is a turning-point year because a thirteen year old is almost 3 times more likely to know  a student drug dealer,and more than 3 times more likely to be able to buy acid, cocaine or heroin plus  other drugs.

There was an estimated 675, 000 new cocaine users in 1996 ,What it is today  we need to research,The numbers would be double,possibly.Between the ages of 12 and 17 increases from 4.0 million in 1991 to 11.million. In 1998, 78% of high school teens report that drugs and used,sold and kept at their schools, Alcohol has been implicated in up to 75% of rapes 70% of domestic violence and 20%  but rising in numbers of suicides. The average age for taking their first drink of alcohol is 111/2 years. According to the Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol harms virtually every organ and system in your body as radicals. There are more than 3.3million teen alcoholics in the U.S. A 1996  CASA study on Substance Abuse and the American Woman reveals  that 212.5 million smoke,4.5 million are alcoholics or alcohol abusers.3.5 million misuse prescription drugs,and 3.1 million use illicit drugs., 4,000 people die annually from alcohol overdosing. At least one out of every  five pregnant women (more than 800,000 yearly)  smokes drinks and /or uses drugs endangering both her life and the ife of her newborn. kids start cigarettes  ages 12 to 13,and  is rising. In 1996 it is estimated 171, 000 persons used heroin for the first time and also rising.  reaching high levels,  by signal press  Evanston Ill 1999,

What Our Government Allows

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