October 19, 2010 A new national survey on Drug Use and Health shows that teenagers are using marijuana more often and at younger ages. The weekly parenting segment explores ways teens get their hands on marijuana and how parents and guardians can better spark dialogues and develop relationships that will lower the chances of teens abusing marijuana. Host Michel Martin speaks with regular parenting contributors Jolene Ivey and Leslie Morgan Steiner.
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