DENVER – A state that has ratified recreational pot is renewing efforts to get teenagers to stay divided from a drug.
Colorado is rising a $2 million debate Thursday called “What’s Next,” with a summary that pot can keep youths from achieving their full potential.
The debate shows kids being active and reminds them that their smarts aren’t entirely grown until they’re 25. The ads contend that pot use can make it harder for them to pass a test, land a job, or pass a examination for a driver’s license.
The debate comes a year after a much-maligned “Don’t Be A Lab Rat” debate hurt pot activists, who pronounced it recycled Drug War-era shock tactics. At slightest one propagandize district declined to arrangement a campaign’s human-sized rodent cages.
The girl preparation campaigns are paid for with pot taxation proceeds.