How pot money is helping a Colorado prevent student drug use
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Leaders of Jefferson County Public Schools are using marijuana money to help them steer kids away from lighting up.
Some of the cash going into cash registers to purchase marijuana is now being used by the school district.
“We really had to fight hard for what we got,” said Julie Wilken, the district’s director of health services. Read more from KDVR-TV.
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