Friday, April 6, 2007

OSI Interprets

This week's question can be summarized as: If elected [Governor], what kind of fresh approach will you bring to deal with the vast problems caused by illegal drugs? Read what the candidates are REALLY saying below:

Billy Harper: "We must use the education system to eliminate the use of illegal drugs." Billy either thinks that people do drugs because they are uneducated or he wants to use education to teach people to stay off drugs.

Ernie Fletcher: "I created the Office of Drug Control Policy to develop local coalitions to keep Kentuckians off drugs. [Also], my Recovery Kentucky initiative established ten recovery centers throughout the state, and I implemented a comprehensive treatment program in the Juvenile Justice system." Ernie is using his "drug control policy" and recovery centers to tackle the drug problem.

Anne Northup: "Engaging parents with prevention facts and letting them know where to get help is critical to halting the cycle of addiction. Furthermore, we should expand Drug Courts ... [and] insist on measuring outcomes and funding [treatment] programs that work ... ." Anne will provide prevention information to parents, fund drug courts and offer treatment options that are effective."

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