H.S. athletes would be randomly tested under bill
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Some Florida high school athletes in three sports would be subject to random testing for anabolic steroids under a one-year pilot program passed Friday by the Legislature.
One percent of students who compete in football, baseball and weightlifting during the 2007-2008 school year would be tested under the legislation, which would become effective July 1 if Gov. Charlie Crist signs it.
Spokeswoman Erin Isaac said the governor would comment later
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