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Marijuana A ‘Bigger Problem’ Than Alcohol And Weapons For Colorado Teens

With just hours to go before recreational marijuana use becomes legal in the state of Colorado, CNN sent reporter Ana Cabrera to Denver where she uncovered a…


  1. That’s hilarious that they think it’s hard to get. Weed is easier to get
    than alcohol for a teen, even though it’s still illegal in my state. 

    Posted by GodDamnit7711

    Link | February 7th, 2014 at 10:48 pm

  2. i live in england, in a more rural area and even here all we ever did as
    kids was smoke weed, so this story happens al over the world, not just
    colarado, there just putting the spotlight on it because of the law, and to
    say its addictive is just ridiculous, its habit forming at worst

    Posted by Cerebalpaulsys

    Link | February 7th, 2014 at 11:16 pm

  3. Is it a pot problem or is the news making it into a problem by blowing it
    out of proportion? If they’re don’t get it at 18, the’ll get it at 21, so
    whats the big deal? really. is caffeine any different when you’re 18 vs 21?
    come on..

    Posted by Ian Kay

    Link | February 7th, 2014 at 11:32 pm


    Posted by TheChimpex

    Link | February 7th, 2014 at 11:42 pm

  5. Just what we needed , a new legalized addiction .
    Just legalize Meth , Cocaine , & all of it & be done with it !
    Ppl say it’s harmless , but I have 4 dead relatives who’d disagree .

    Posted by Ray Brann

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 12:08 am

  6. This “Chris Collins” guy is a fucktard. How did you even get weed let alone
    smoke weed at the age of 10. I was still playing pokemon and going on the
    swingsets, what the hell were you doing that you knew people who smoked

    Posted by amaralproductions

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 12:26 am

  7. If you do weed or alcohol, you’re weak and can’t stomach existing.

    “Sometimes it’s what you don’t do that makes you who you are.”
    – CM Punk 

    Posted by JC Korn

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 1:19 am

  8. in and out of jail 10 times bc of weed? you are just stupid my friend 

    Posted by Ben jammin

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 2:13 am

  9. I’m pretty sure almost every school has a “pot problem”.
    Even before it was legalized so why is it such a big deal? 

    Posted by Juan Sanchez

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 2:40 am

  10. hummm… i imagine the teens are envious as they are not over 21 yet! If
    Illegal It doesn’t change all that much, it only keeps it underground. and
    one teen showed his troubles before it was legal. see

    Posted by Dublin Tuber

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 3:34 am

  11. lol what a joke article. first of all yes. it does alter your mind and can
    get you in trouble (when it’s illegal). also this kid said he started when
    he was 10? well no shit dude. do you know how much growth the adolescent
    brain goes through from 10-21 ? theres a reason they set that age limit for
    things like alcohol and weed. but no it’s not addicting. the kid thinks
    he’s addicted because he doesn’t fully understand the word addiction. just
    cause you like it doesn’t mean you’re addicted… it’s a more of a vice.
    Kids that are in school should be focused on learning and socializing. and
    getting ready for the world (as best they can with dumb down public
    schooling). then once you’re older and have your priorities in order, it’s
    ok to enjoy the finer things in life. this has nothing to do with
    colorado. it happens everywhere, always has. They are just focusing it
    there to try and warp the dummies of america that it’s evil just like they
    did before. 

    Posted by James Lafata

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 4:32 am

  12. Not that much different than alcohol. Who doesn’t drink in while they’re in
    high school? So many teenagers die every year because of alcohol. I agree
    that weed and alcohol should not be sold to minors but you’re never going
    to completely stop it you can only reduce it with good parenting. Also,
    that kid in the video that started smoking when he was 10 developed other
    drug addictions and a bad record with the law because he started so young.
    Who knows what kind of home life he had. One can only assume it wasn’t good
    because he somehow got a hold of weed at the age of 10. The younger you are
    the more likely you are to make stupid decisions which is one of the
    primary reasons alcohol and weed is only legal for people 21 and older.

    Posted by rckon777

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 5:04 am

  13. I live in a ultra conservative city with one of the most churches. At least
    half of the people at my high school have smoked weed. 

    Posted by Amazinsleeper

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 5:53 am

  14. Adults get weed from kids in high school when weed is illegal. When weed is
    legal kids get weed from adults 21 and over. Making weed legal clearly
    makes it harder for kids to get.

    You have to be retarded to not understand that.

    Posted by Ryan Williams

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 6:29 am

  15. bullshit that kid obviously has smoked more that cannabis there is weed
    everywhere and anywhere you want it alcohol is terrible weed isnt nobody
    ever died from smoking real weed cnn is fucking up

    Posted by Seth Bergeron

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 6:30 am

  16. 9/10 kids smoke at every high school in America. Dumbass reporters should
    of went to high schools in states where it’s illegal too.

    Posted by Mary Jane

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 7:03 am

  17. lol ‘shocking’ dumb asses

    Posted by Ben Closson

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 7:45 am


    Posted by TheChimpex

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 8:24 am

  19. Silly people

    Posted by Andre Hoffmaister

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 8:42 am

  20. 18 year olds are REQUIRED to sign up for selective service but can’t drink
    or smoke pot? 

    Posted by ALEXNK

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 9:37 am

  21. Hahhahaha you can’t get physically addicted to marijuana it’s not crack!!
    This article is a LIE!!!

    Posted by Heydy Aguilar

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 10:22 am

  22. That ginger kid obviously has bigger problems than MJ. MJ is habit
    forming, not physically addictive. This is insane. They are bashing
    Cannabis when they should be bashing the kids and their parents for being
    irresponsible. Just because some kids break the law and are irresponsible
    doesn’t mean everyone else who is responsible should be denied to live as
    they wish. Kids are being kicked out of school for using “pot”? That is
    the BIGGEST PROBLEM RIGHT THERE!! What the hell good does that do? Jesus
    Christ this is a stupid, delusional, ignorant, and irrational society we
    live in. The public needs to be educated about cannabis. Teens shouldn’t
    use it, their brains are not fully developed. Cannabinoid Receptors are
    the most dense and most populated receptors in our brains and our bodies,
    we are made to take it (responsibly). Cannabis is not a party plant, it is
    a spiritual, learning, and reflection experience. 

    Posted by EarthandWood

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 11:07 am

  23. Whoever honestly thinks this is a ‘problem’ is retarded. This goes on in
    every single state no matter if its legal recreationally or not. This whole
    video is a joke.

    Posted by Bob G

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 11:25 am

  24. Everybody knows alcohol is 10 times worse for u than pot. Ive been smoking
    marijuanna like 15 yrs now and Im healthy, never been to jail and I work my
    ASS OFF every day. CNN is just tryin to stir up some shit making outrageous
    claims that its some huge problem to children.

    Posted by Ross Stone

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 12:01 pm

  25. When it wasn’t legal people still get it. Its like alcohal. Ur gonna be
    young but does it keep you from drinking. Shits going to happen

    Posted by Jesse Cespedes

    Link | February 8th, 2014 at 12:55 pm

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