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Schools are banning bathroom breaks and holding random drug tests to curb student vaping.

Jan 08 2020

Schools are banning bathroom breaks and holding random drug tests to curb student vaping. According to a federal survey, 5.4 million middle and high school students in the U.S. recently used e-cigarettes or vaping devices. Now schools are trying to stop “an entire generation of addicts” by banning bathroom breaks, incorporating random drug tests, and even starting weekend “vape schools” where teens attend hours-long lectures on the dangers of vaping. At a national level, there has been a ban of most Juul flavors, which caused some backlash. (WSJ)