Thus, readers should have their own clear reactions to a sting perpetrated at San Diego State University by the DEA with the cooperation of SDSU officials. The DEA and University justified the five-month operation and the life implications for the 75 students arrested on various charges (e.g., losing all chance at federal loans) because of two earlier drug-use deaths on campus.
So, PT readers, please answer the following quiz:
1. Will the raid and arrests reduce drug use on SDSU campus? If so, for how long?
2. Will the raid reduce negative drug use consequences? That is, because of the sting and arrests, will fewer students use drugs in dangerous ways? Why or why not?