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Young Drug-Free Marshals from around the United States represent tens of thousands of children and are supported by national and state legislators, mayors, judges and police chiefs. Here, on a visit to the US Capitol, they promote a drug-free lifestyle for youth to members of Congress.

    “1. Living a drug-free life.

    “2. Showing my friends that a drug-free life is more fun.

    “3. Helping my fellow Drug-Free Marshals.

    “4. Learning more about how drugs really harm people.

    “5. Telling people the truth about the harmful effects of drugs.

    “6. Helping my family and friends be drug-free.

    “7. Setting a good example to all children by leading the way to a Drug-Free USA.”

The program began in April 1993 when two hundred children between the ages of six and thirteen were sworn in by the director of the Los Angeles FBI’s Drug Demand Reduction Program. Since that time, tens of thousands of children and adults – including US senators and congressmen, state legislators, mayors, judges and police chiefs – have signed this pledge.

(For more information about the Drug-Free Marshals, visit http://www.drugfreemarshals.org on the Internet.)

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