Talk:Drug, alcohol, tobacco abuse rising among California teens
It is interesting to note that California has some of the strictest laws concerning drugs, alcohol, and tobacco:
- It has its own mini Controlled Substances Act.
- It has its own drug analog act, going into detail about what is classified as a controlled substance analog.
- Ninety-five percent Ethanol cannot be purchased unless it is denatured.
- The spores of various mushroom strains are illegal to have, although every other state except GA has no such restrictions.
- No one is allowed to smoke in any building
Good article, I'm glad you brought that up. Andresv 00:19, 28 April 2006 (UTC)
Grugs and achol sigeets takin in by american kidz
This article is copied verbatim from the James Logan Courier, a student newspaper. There is no copyright statement or license covering re-use on the website of the paper. I have written the address listed on the website asking for clarification on their terms for re-use. --Chiacomo (talk) 02:01, 28 April 2006 (UTC)
Whilst reading this article, I "stumbled" across the following sentence: "Those who had used marijuana in the past year rose from 14.11 percent of 14.6 percent over the period."
Help a non-native speaker, and tell me, whether the part "... 14.11 p. of 14.6 p. ..." is properly formulated concerning grammar. I wouldn´t have chosen such a wording, but as I mentioned, I´m not a native speaker of English. Thanks Gumboyaya 08:52, 3 May 2006 (UTC)
- Yip, quite obvious actually, but I read and reread, and could only figure out, that the sentence didn´t "taste" well.
Cheers! Gumboyaya 12:26, 3 May 2006 (UTC)