Ross Reynolds of member station KUOW reports on the White House's plans to launch a new ad campaign targeting the drug ecstasy. The drug is often used at parties called raves, and its popularity is soaring. Ecstasy can be dangerous to those who use it, causing side affects ranging from mild nausea to panic attacks. But some "ravers" are coming up with their own safety strategies, and they aren't quite what the government had in mind.
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