Colorado principal defends use of drug dogs

The principal of Colorado's Longmont High School is defending a plan to use dogs to sniff out drugs in student lockers and cars.

Principal Mary White said that while she supports the plan, she hopes the dogs don't find anything. "But if we do, we'll deal with it," she said.

She defended the plan at a Nov. 15 forum attended by about 30 students and parents. The dogs, which would be supplied by Longmont police, would

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