11999.2. (a) Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, commencing July 1, 1990, no state funds shall not be encumbered by a state agency for allocation to any an entity, whether public or private, for a drug- or alcohol-related program, unless the drug- or alcohol-related program contains a component that clearly explains
explains, in written materials materials, that there shall be no unlawful use of drugs or alcohol. No aspect of a drug- or alcohol-related program shall include any a message on the responsible use, if the use is unlawful, of drugs or alcohol.
(b) (1) All aspects of a drug- or alcohol-related
program shall be consistent with the “no unlawful use” message, including, but not limited to, program standards, curricula, materials, and teachings.
(2) These materials and programs may include information regarding the health hazards of
using illegal drugs and alcohol, concepts promoting the well-being of the whole person, risk reduction, the addictive personality, development of positive self-esteem, productive decisionmaking skills, and other preventive concepts consistent with the “no unlawful use” of drugs and alcohol message.
(c) The “no unlawful use” of drugs and alcohol message contained in drug- or alcohol-related programs shall apply to the use of drugs and alcohol prohibited by law.
(d) This section does not apply to
any a program funded by the state that provides education and prevention outreach to intravenous drug users with AIDS or AIDS-related conditions, or persons at
risk of HIV-infection through intravenous drug use.