Talking to your kids about marijuana

For parents who are trying to talk to their kids about smoking pot, there are several approaches to take, but which one works? (CBC)

As politicians and activists keep blowing smoke over whether it should be legal to enjoy marijuana, parents have to deal with their teenagers who may have already started smoking pot.

So what should you do?

Snoop through their drawers and yell?

Or do you tell them to use a joint and not a bong, and remember not to hold the smoke in their lungs too long.

Host Shelley Joyce went out and asked some teenagers why they smoke pot, and what their parents think about it.

Then she talks to an author who has some ideas you may or may not agree with.

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