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Dangerous New Drug “Flakka” Attracting Young People

NOPE Task Force interviews a leading epidemiologist about the spread of the drug in Florida and elsewhere, and what parents can do to keep their teenagers away from experimenting with “flakka.”

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NOPE Reached 89,000 Youth in 2015 School Year

Our amazing staff and volunteers reached students and their families in Florida, Pennsylvania and elsewhere with our powerful presentations on how drug abuse destroys individuals, families, and communities.

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National Meeting in August Addresses Drug Prevention on College Campuses

The meeting on Aug. 4-6 at The Ohio State University will aim to elevate educational efforts on college campuses for prescription drug misuse prevention. Learn more at:

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NOPE program tells cautionary drug tales to Pottstown students and parents

Montgomery County First Assistant District Attorney Kevin Steele discusses fatal narcotics usage with students at Pottstown High School on Wednesday. Behind him are photos of those who died from overdoses and family members present to talk about the horro

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Overdose Death Prevention Act – “Richie’s Law” Will Save Lives

We support the passage of this bill in Florida to require specific rules be followed by an emergency care practitioner whose patient suffers a non-fatal unintentional overdose. That could prevent patients from suffering or dying from overdoses in the futu

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Golf Tournament Donates $20,000 In Support of NOPE’s Mission

Florida Remediation Conference (FRC) Charity Golf Tournament supports our work in keeping youth away from dangerous drugs.

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NOPE Task Force supports the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy's Position on Marijuana Legalization

The Administration steadfastly opposes legalization of marijuana and other drugs because legalization would increase the availability and use of illicit drugs, and pose significant health and safety risks to all Americans, particularly young people.

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