Marijuana use starting in youth implicated in financial woes

Persistent pot users more likely to experience downward social mobility

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DOPE BROKE  Persistent, heavy pot smoking starting in adolescence heralds serious financial troubles by age 38, a long-term study of New Zealanders finds.

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