Some schools to test for nicotine in high school students involved in extracurricular activities
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FAIRBURY, Neb. -- The dramatic increase in vaping and e-cigarettes convinced Fairbury Public Schools officials they should test students for nicotine as part of the random drug tests given to students involved in extracurricular activities.

“Vaping and smoking in our view is reaching epidemic proportions,” Fairbury Superintendent Stephen Grizzle said. “It’s just a way we can deter kids from potentially being addicted to nicotine. Since smoking and using vaping products are against our...

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