Sobriety tests for school dances

March 31, 2008
Many schools require students to take a Breathalyzer test to get into school dances

Many schools are requiring students to submit to a Breathalyzer test to gain entrance to school dances. School officials say the test is a fair way to ensure the safety of all students and send a clear message of zero tolerance for underage drinking. But some students see it as a violation of privacy.

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