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Although the D.A.R.E program has been deemed one of the most worthless attempts at keeping kids off drugs on the United States, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions would like to see it make a resurgence to support his anti-drug stance in Washington D.C.
On Tuesday, as part of speech for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education International Training Conference in Texas, Sessions proclaimed his admiration for the infamous drug prevention racket, calling it “the best remembered anti-drug program today.”
“In recent years, people have not paid much attention to that message, but they are ready to hear it again,” Sessions told those in attendance. “We know it worked before and we can make it work again.”