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Marijuana clouds your brain and can interfere with your ability to make good decisions. The physical, psychological and emotional impact that pot has on a teenager can wreck your judgment.
More than 750,000 16- and 17-year-olds reported driving under the influence of illicit drugs.
Some teens believe that driving after smoking pot makes them better drivers. Click here to see why that’s not true.
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Driving High: the road to nowhere Lose your license, or worse, your life.
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One in six (15%) teens reported driving under the influence of marijuana, a number nearly equivalent to those who reported driving under the influence of alcohol (16%). A recent study from a large shock trauma unit found that 19 percent of automobile crash victims under age 18 tested positive for marijuana.

Studies show that accident odds increase significantly when the THC concentration of smoked marijuana is 5% or greater.

Combine driving, pot and alcohol and the risk for accidents is even greater.

What have you got to lose if you drive under the influence of marijuana? Your license, for one… learn more »

Grow or sell pot ...a really bad deal
Some teens have a pretty casual attitude about marijuana—and believe there’s no penalties for growing and dealing. States and the federal government have strict laws against marijuana. Federal law is tough: grow 1–49 plants and you could spend 5 years in prison. Do it twice, and it’s up to 10.

In some states, even possession is a felony. And dealing marijuana near schools or to minors brings extra punishment.

You can lose your student loan if you sell or grow marijuana while you are receiving educational assistance from the government. learn more »


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