Thursday, February 23, 2017

Driving high: MCPS students speak out

It’s 11:30 p.m. Students emerge from the darkness of the Whitman parking lot and head toward their car.  Less than an hour ago, everyone in the car, including the driver, took several hits from a bong. Despite their daze, the kids pile into the car, and the driver pulls out into the neighborhood.
This isn’t an uncommon tale for Whitman students. Many students admit to driving while high on marijuana—and a lot of them said they believe it poses almost no risk.
“I didn’t really notice much of a difference,” a senior said. “I was still able to concentrate, and I didn’t really notice it until I got home that I was that high.”...

1 comment:

  1. "Too many of us do not fully understand how legislation becomes law and what you do in Annapolis during each a session."
    Shouldn't this be made a mandatory requirement for High School graduation?


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