Surge in marijuana edibles being sold and used at Colorado schools reported

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DENVER -- Authorities report a surge in marijuana edibles that are being found in Colorado schools.

One group has some ideas about what needs to be done to keep kids safe.

The most recent case involved nine students -- accused of selling and consuming edibles that police say were purchased by a 21-year-old.

It happened in the town of New Castle on Colorado's western slope.

Kent Erdahl explains in his video report above why more of these cases are bound to happen.

 

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