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Topic - Steve Pasierb
More teens are smoking dope, with nearly 1 in 10 lighting up at least 20 or more times a month, according to a new survey of young people.
Downing five or more alcoholic drinks nearly every day isn't seen as a big problem for many of the nation's teens, says a new report.
"Parents are talking about cocaine and heroin, things that scare them," said Pasierb. "Parents are not talking about prescription drugs and marijuana. They can't wink and nod. They need to be stressing the message that this behavior is unhealthy."
Partnership President Steve Pasierb says the mindset among parents is that it's just a little weed or a few pills _ no biggie.