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H.Res. 267 (105th): Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the citizens of the United States must remain committed to combat the distribution, sale, and use of illegal drugs by the Nation’s youth.


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5/5/1998--Passed House amended. Expresses the sense of the Congress that: (1) all schools should be drug-free; (2) all Federal, State, and local drug fighting agencies should work together with schools and parents to ensure that a renewed effort is made to fight the distribution, sale, and use of illegal drugs in our schools and to America's youth; (3) all governmental leaders, educators, and parents share a role in raising the awareness of this issue and offering constructive alternatives to illegal drug use; and (4) the Congress and the President should work to end the distribution, sale, and use of illegal drugs in the Nation's schools and should work with local communities, schools, and parents to implement meaningful policies.