Last month President Bush cited government-sponsored research showing that teen drug use has declined during his administration. But New York Times op-ed columnist Charles Blow took a second look at those statistics and found that cocaine has resisted the downturn, with usage staying flat since 2001. And white and Hispanic teens are far more likely than blacks to use cocaine. Charles Blow joins The Takeaway for an analysis of the data.
For more information, read Charles Blow's article, Cocaine and White Teens
in the New York Times.