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Teens who routinely smoke marijuana risk a long-term drop in their IQ, a new study suggests.
Maryland Senate Majority Leader Robert J. Garagiola launched his congressional run Tuesday against 10-term incumbent Roscoe G. Bartlett with stops in Frederick, Germantown, Cumberland and Hagerstown.
Ken Winters, a psychiatry professor at the University of Minnesota and senior scientist at the Treatment Research Institute in Philadelphia, said the new findings aren't definitive, but they underscore the importance of studying how marijuana may harm young people.
"I like Roscoe," Mr. Winters, a Cumberland resident, said moments before Mr. Garagiola, Montgomery Democrat, arrived Tuesday to speak with supporters. "I don't think they should mix Montgomery County with a rural district, so they can control what we do."