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Families In Action - July 14, 2014

Hosts:Cary Quashen and Bob Sharits of Action

Topic: THC Levels

Guests: None

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Families in Action: July 14, 2014

On today’s show Cary and bob touch on the influence marijuana has on teenagers. They talk about a new drug that the local newspaper wrote an article on in todays newspaper. With Cary being such a big influence in the community they interviewed Cary about the drug called “Honey Oil”. Bob then touches on the difference of marijuana from today to 30 years ago. The THC level in the oils is up to 95% compared to .3% back in the 1980’s. Bob and Cary talk about having a drug and cigarette free home. Thats the best way to go about having your kid stay safe in this new generation is to have a no tolerance to drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Bob tells us that more kids start drinking before smoking pot, most kids say they start drinking from home or friends house. Cary also bring up some stats on alcohol related deaths and how those can be stopped by just taking away alcohol. Bob and cary begin to talk about how alcohol is the number 1 drug you need to be worried about.   

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Families In Action - July 14, 2014

Article: Families In Action - July 14, 2014
Source: Santa Clarita Podcasts
Author: Mark Urbina