The Sweet Underground
When elementary and high schools ban the sale of candy and sodas, students create flourishing underground economies to satisfy demand for the sweet stuff.
In the ensuing crackdown, even high-profile figures are laid low.
For example, in Connecticut last week, an eighth-grade student body vice president was forced to resign after he was caught buying an illicit packet of Skittles from a classmate.
Is there a better way to quash the candy black market?