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Long Term Effects of Marijuana

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In this short video by Bobby Wiggins, a reformed addict, explains why marijuana may not be as innocent a drug as many people think it is. It does not mean that marijuana ranks up there with PCP or Heroin, but chronic use of any substance rewires the human system and causes that person to be less effective over time. This world is difficult enough for people as it is. There is no need to allow complacency to be rationalized as an excuse for today’s experimentation to become tomorrow’s addiction.

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Mike is the Executive Director of TAPSTI and also serves as Training Director for the Institute. Mike is ABD on a PhD in Public Safety and has completed a Master's in Criminal Justice, a Master's in Adult Education, and a Master's in Public Safety. His Bachelor's is in Social & Behavioral Sciences. Mike is a POST-certified instructor and has attained dozens of other certifications through his thirty-year career.