July 08, 2015

Question of the day: Good or bad idea to provide concert-goers with free drug testing?

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

An upcoming music festival in Nova Scotia is making headlines over offering free testing of drugs.

The Evolve Music Festival announced it would provide kits designed to verify the chemical make up of popular party drugs. Organizers say this will hopefully help attendees avoid medical emergencies. So I hit the streets to see if you think it's a good or bad idea to provide concert-goers with free testing of drugs.


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commented 2015-07-08 22:27:51 -0400
I don’t think it is a bad idea. Most kids go through a stupid stage, I don’t like to see them dying for it. Meth and ecstasy for example can be quite a cocktail, and is often lethal depending on ingredients. But then again…. being afraid does keep many from going there.
commented 2015-07-08 18:33:13 -0400
Nothing is free. Who’s covering the cost of this testing?