By Alan Gionet
Marijuana use in 2016 among Colorado teenagers is down two percentage points from the previous year, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health found. Tobacco use also declined. Officials responded by re-affirming Colorado’s commitment to youth prevention.
“The National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows 9 percent of those students reported pot use over a 30 day period in 2016. That was down from 11 percent the year before.
The data also showed a decline in heroin, alcohol and tobacco use.”
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