Bono Mack, Kennedy Introduce Bill Recognizing International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

July 1, 2010 CADCA.org reports on international drug use. In an effort to combat the growing problem of drug abuse and addiction around the world, Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack (CA -45) and Congressman Patrick Kennedy (RI-01) today introduced H.Res.1451, a bipartisan resolution praising the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

“Drug abuse and addiction is costing the lives of far too many young people around the world,” said Bono Mack. “We need aggressive domestic and international efforts that raise awareness about the dangers of drug abuse and put more emphasis on prevention and treatment. It is through our combined, aggressive efforts that we can end the cycle that is destroying communities and families across the U.S. and the globe.”

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