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Lawmakers: Lack of drug data hurts Montgomery prevention efforts

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Montgomery County lawmakers are concerned about the lack of data on teen drug habits as they try to combat a rising drug problem. Limited data makes it difficult for county officials to determine whether drug prevention programs are working in the schools, and whether drug use is on the rise, they said Thursday. Chrisandra Richardson, associate superintendent in the Office of Special Education...

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