Teenagers from across the country have rallied to demand the full coverage and enforcement of new drug testing and drug-reform legislation.
The anti-drug movement, which was once dominated by a few dedicated, dedicated drug users, has now been joined by an even larger, dedicated group of anti-heroes, drug users and recreational users.
The movement has been growing exponentially, with a few new and old voices speaking out at the forefront of the fight.
One of the most influential is teen activist and former Olympian Tyler Childw-RD, who has been an outspoken critic of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).
Childw says the agency has become an agency of the drug industry and that it has become a “toxic and ineffective mess.”
“I believe that the DEA is a corrupt entity that should be dismantled,” Childw said.
“It has become so corrupt that it actually has a negative effect on public safety.”
The movement also includes many former athletes who have spoken out about their drug use, including former New York Jets wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who won the Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks and played for the New York Giants.
Hill has also become one of the leaders of the “Free Tyreek” movement, a group that aims to get his message out to his peers.
The Anti-Drug Coalition (ADC) said in a statement that they plan to march in Washington D.C. and Portland, Oregon.
The march will be led by a group of youth, including students from Portland State University.
“The DEA has become part of the toxic and ineffective drug environment that the world is living in,” ADC President John Gresham said in the statement.
“The DEA’s reckless actions are hurting our communities and harming our youth.”