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Teen driving and marijuana use: More than one in four high school seniors drive after using alcohol or drugs, or ride with a driver who has

A new study finds that 28 percent of U.S. high school seniors have driven after using drugs or drinking alcohol in the past two weeks, or ridden in a vehicle with a driver who did. In particular, driving after smoking marijuana has increased over the past three years.
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