"The good news is that in recent years teen marijuana use has declined. The bad news is that 10.7 million teens still report that they have used marijuana. The worst news is that teens who use the drug are playing a dangerous game of Russian roulette with the bullets of addiction, accidents, crime and mental illness in the chamber" -  Joseph A. Califano Jr., Chairman of The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.

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