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CTC on the radio to warn about marijuana use

The Mercer Island Communities That Care Coalition (CTC) is continuing its efforts to educate Islanders about the new marijuana laws and health risks to youth in two new public service announcements, which began airing Aug. 11 on the Mercer Island High School radio station, Hot Jamz 88.9FM and 94.5FM.

The radio spots feature the talent of Island drama students and talk about risks of underage marijuana use and the dangers of marijuana-impaired driving.

The campaign aims to help educate the community about the new marijuana laws and the risks of today’s marijuana and marijuana-infused edibles.

For more about Mercer Island Communities That Care, visit http://www.mercerisland-ctc.com.

 

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