Today we spoke more about marijuana. Lynn Posyton works for a company and her main job description is to educate children and other groups on the truth about drugs. She uses materials available for free from http://www.drugfreeworld.org. The point is that her employer is a businessman helping to fight the drug addiction epidemic. Bonni Snider works for Bay Care and also talks to people about drugs and the dangers but also tells her personal story.
An interview with Steve Collins, Director of Central Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). Following a tenured career in law enforcement, Steve now leads strategic efforts to identify and dismantle drug trafficking operations in the central Florida area and abroad.
He presented at the Drug Prevention Summit about a report about marijuana and legalizing it has affected Colorado. There will be an upcoming report on the effects of the legalization of medical marijuana in Florida.
We’ve got no beef with medical marijuana but legalizing it for recreational use? Not a good idea.
The amount of THC in marijuana has been increasing steadily over the past few decades.4 For a new user, this may mean exposure to higher THC levels with a greater chance of a harmful reaction. Higher THC levels may explain the rise in emergency room visits involving marijuana use.
Just look at Colorado and all the problems they are having with it. Marijuana is addictive. People are contacting Narconon who are addicted to marijuana. Wake up! If nothing else, Marijuana is a gateway to more potent drugs. Anything else is false propaganda.