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Topic - Elayne Bennett
Baby boomers may have viewed illegal drug use as something "new and rebellious," but today's teens are more likely to see it as something "for losers," drug czar John Walters said this week at a conference held by a national youth development organization.
Friends "should intervene" when they see things that aren't right, she said.
Best Friends Foundation founder Elayne Bennett said a core message of the program is that "a best friend is a person who encourages you to be a better person."