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President George W. Bush signs the Drug-Free Communities Act to help individual communities fight drug abuse Dec. 14. "You're a part of America's armies of compassion, examples of service and citizenship," said the President in his remarks at a meeting of the Community Antidrug Coalitions of America. "You restore hope to lives, and safety to neighborhoods." White House photo by Eric Draper.


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