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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Kevin Sabet
A group protesting the possibility of legal marijuana in Hawaii told lawmakers Tuesday that pharmaceutical companies would try to hook people on the drug.
More drivers tested positive for marijuana in Washington in 2013 - the first full year after the state legalized pot - but officials so far say there's been no obvious, corresponding jump in car accidents.
If you're an advocate of legalized marijuana, this is not the kind of celebrity endorsement you're looking for.
"Saying that we don't want people to serve prison time for marijuana is very different from saying I want a pot shop in my neighborhood selling cookies and candies and putting coupons in the paper," Sabet said.
Young people are particularly vulnerable being targeted by industries pushing drugs, even if it's unintentional, Sabet said.