Stockton Schools Reject Push For Anti-Drug Program With Scientology Ties - 2013-11-21

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F0.png Stockton Schools Reject Push For Anti-Drug Program With Scientology Ties November 21, 2013, CBC News

The Stockton Unified School District rejected Mayor Anthony Silva's push for a new anti-drug program after discovering it has ties to the Church of Scientology, and that the mayor may have ignored the rules.

Silva calls it one of the most effective and widely used programs to combat teen drug use used by law enforcement and schools across the country.

It's called The Truth About Drugs, and it's produced and promoted by the Church of Scientology.

That's leading the Stockton school district to just say no to the program.


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