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Opposition Outline - High School Drug Testing cannot be...

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High School Drug Testing cannot be justified I. Introduction a. My name is Callie, and while my opponent made some good points about how High school drug testing can help the students get a more successful future, it is not reasonable for, nor applicable to typical high schools, and therefore cannot be justified. I have came to this conclusion through personal experience and research. II. Transition a. I would like to start by defining a few terms. III. Stock Issue One: Definition a. Drug Testing in High Schools –They Use a urine test that is $15-$35 Dollars b. DAT – Drug and Alcohol Testing i. Federally Funded: Established under George H.W. Bush in 1995 and ended in 2011 ii. Schools now have to find their own way to pay for DAT iii. The Fix - Why are US high Schools Still Paying for Drug Tests? August 4 th 2015 IV. Transition a. I would also like to define who can be drug tested and what the drug tests detect. V. Stock Issue Two: Threshold a. Only High school students participating in competitive extracurricular or sports can be drug tested according to the supreme court in 2002. b. Given that I got drug tested every two weeks in high school, I made a call to my hometown to get some information. i. Who: David Galloway (Athletic Director) ii. What drugs get tested for: Mostly marijuana, although some “harder drugs” can be detected (He didn’t specify which ones). VI. Transition a. Though he didn’t say exactly what he meant by “hard drugs” I did specifically ask about steroids.
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