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Friday, April 30, 2010

Mo. family wants to end school drug searches

In Springfield, a city councilman and his wife are upset because police are bringing drug dogs to the high schools and searching for illegal drugs, the News-Leader reports. The ACLU has written a letter to the school district asking them to stop, or the group will consider legal action. The superintendent didn't comment because he hadn't reviewed the ACLU's message yet.

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