A section of a new Kansas law has stalled surveys aiming to collect data on student use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco.
A section of a new Kansas law has stalled surveys aiming to collect data on student use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. File photo illustration by DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star
A section of a new Kansas law has stalled surveys aiming to collect data on student use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. File photo illustration by DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star

Unintended consequences cripple Kansas school surveys of student use of drugs, alcohol

January 06, 2015 10:06 PM

UPDATED January 06, 2015 10:28 PM

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