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Tuesday 05, Feb 2008

  Will Indiana go back to steroid testing?

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steroid testsIt seems that steroid testing is now being done for race horses, and agreed upon by the legislation. However, school testing is still on the back shelf, which is probably saving the Indiana taxpayers about $250,000,000 USD over the years in medical costs and testing costs. This will also decrease the time the Indiana lawmakers waste on anabolic steroids.  At least, for now, racehorses are tested for steroids and not people, I wonder how good/bad this is for the steroid industry? more steroid bashing or not?

Tuesday 29, Jan 2008

  Steroids testing in Indiana, failed!

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indiana steroidsBasically a legislative bill in the state of Indiana which would have required testing of high school students for steroids (instead of let’s say methamphetamine!!!) has died in the legislative process. The lawmakers have come to their senses on steroids, at least in Indiana they have. Congratulations to the legislative body in Indiana for not wasting time and taxpayer dollars on steroid testing, and congratulations to the taxpayers of Indiana for not having to bear the burden of idiotic political policies! Steroids are NOT the problem of the state or federal governments (don’t force drug testing for stupid things), they are the problem of the body which is involved with steroids – i.e. Major League Baseball (MLB) or Nevada state commission for athletes.

We should all congratulate Indiana legislative body for realizing reality and stepping up to the “baseball” plate to stop dealing with the steroids issues like a blind man watching his favorite porno.

Finally legislators are realizing the scale of the so called “steroid problem” is so small and the cost is so large that it’s a total waste of taxpayer dollars. Better see a larger investment into the growth of the Indiana economy then taxpayer dollars dumped into steroid testing.

[Greg Porter, D-Indianapolis] explained Monday that he’s uncertain about the severity of a steroids problem in the state, as well as testing costs