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Drug testing before license has support

1 Comment 25 May 2013

By Ahmad Aoun
Unis Middle School

Would you want to take a drug test before taking your driver’s license test? In West Virginia you have to do that. Do you think people should take the drug test before taking the driving license test? People that are 16 years old have to take a drug test before going behind a wheel.

Danny Majed said that people should take the drug test before driving because maybe they’re drunk and they might kill themselves and the driving teacher. Also, he thinks the state should have the right to make people take the drug test to protect them from themselves.

Mitchel Ayad’s opinion is that people should take the drug test before driving because if you take drugs or drink there is a higher risk of you drinking while driving. Then, he said that the sate should have the right to drug test drivers because drugs are illegal and for legal purposes the state should be able to drug test people.

Houssein Ajrouche’s said people who are trying to get the license should take the drug test before driving because they won’t want a high person driving. He thinks that the state should have the right to drug test people because a person shouldn’t be driving drunk anyway.

People interviewed for this story all said people who are trying out to get a license should take the drug test. They say that people shouldn’t be driving drunk anyway, and if they drive drunk they might hurt themselves and someone that is in the car with them. All agreed that no one should be driving drunk at all.

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  1. Danny Majed says:

    Well constructed story, If they didn’t do that there is a HUGE possibility that many people well lose there lives over some thing so stupid as drugs.


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