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This article from the Seattle Times highlights the risks posed by high-THC cannabis products and how the market share of these products is only growing.
Dr Ken Finn, president of the American Board of Pain Medicine and a vice president of the International Academy on the Science and Impact of
Overdoses, homicides and suicides drove Colorado’s teen death rate up more than 60% over last decade
An article from the Denver Post reports that “Drug overdoses, suicide deaths and homicides all contributed to the decade-long rise in the mortality rate among
WUSA9 in Washington, DC put out an article covering how Colorado House Bill 16-1436, which One Chance helped pass, prohibits selling marijuana edibles in the
An article from NBC news highlights a new analysis of data which found that “exposure to cannabis in utero was associated with a higher risk
An article from CBC in Canada highlights a new study which found that “the average number of kids hospitalized for unintentional cannabis poisonings spiked in
A Colorado Springs Gazette article highlighted One Chance’s new education campaign and the awareness it brings to the State of Colorado’s warning on marijuana concentrates.
One Chance to Grow Up’s new education campaign was recently featured in an article from Colorado Politics. Read the article here: https://www.coloradopolitics.com/quick-hits/colorado-campaign-highlights-warnings-for-marijuana-concentrate-use/article_faae4324-32c8-11ed-952a-eb95d41f8d8d.html And view the
One Chance to Grow Up’s new education campaign about the State of Colorado’s marijuana concentrates warning was featured in a piece by Denver 7 ABC
Nonprofit launches ad campaign about State of Colorado marijuana concentrate warning Goal is to expand awareness of THC risks noted by Marijuana Enforcement Division resource
23 State Attorneys General wrote a letter to Congress highlighting their concerns about copycat THC edible products made to look like popular candies or snack
Contact: Rachel O’Bryan, One Chance to Grow UpRachel@onechancetogrowup.org, 303-809-1081 Note: Rachel O’Bryan is available for interviews on this analysis of new state data released today.