People haven't stopped ranting and raving about steroids in MLB, but the incredulity that trickled down from the beginning of this mess into all levels of baseball --and sports in general -- appears to have slowed. Not many states were as quick to jump on the bandwagon to test high school athletes as New Jersey, the first, with only three others (Illinois, Texas, and Florida) joining the cause.
But the economy, as it has been wont to do lately, has hung a black cloud over that initiative in Florida, and a lack of funding has caused the state to cancel the testing program.
With Little Funding, Steroid Testing Nixed in Florida High Schools originally appeared on Backporch FanHouse on Mon, 16 Feb 2009 16:30:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.