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Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study Finds

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Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study Finds

Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study Finds

A study ranking the states by highest drug use put Colorado in the top 10.

Ken Molestina reports.

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