01.
Consequence

Freedom

If you get caught with marijuana, you could get charged with a MIP (minor in possession). MIP charges can involve fines, public service hours, misdemeanor or felony charges, and losing your driver’s license. Not to mention getting suspended at school or grounded and losing privileges at home. Talk about FOMO.


02.
Consequence

Relationships

Getting caught with marijuana could mean losing the trust and respect of your parents, teachers, coaches, bosses, and parents of friends. Think about it… who is gonna write those letters of recommendation or be your reference? Even if you don’t get caught, marijuana can hurt your relationships by making you pull away from the people you care about.


03.
Consequence

Jobs & Career

I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T. Beyoncé said it. But real talk, marijuana and independence don’t mix. Using marijuana can get you fired from your job, or prevent you from getting hired in the first place. Think a marijuana charge looks good on a job application? Think again. Don’t lose out on your chance to make that money.


04.
Consequence

Financial Aid

Financial aid can help you pay for college and achieve your goals. For a lot of students, financial aid is what means they can afford to go to college at all. But if you have a marijuana conviction? Sorry, we’re not sorry, you’re not getting that financial aid.


05.
Consequence

Sports & Extracurriculars

Breaking school rules can get you kicked off sports teams and out of extracurricular clubs. Even if you don’t get caught, marijuana affects coordination, movement, and reaction times. It’s going to be a lot harder to make Varsity or land that trick if you’re using marijuana on the reg.

Dig Deeper

Athletes who use marijuana report getting tired more easily. They are also at increased risk of injury, and take longer to recover from injuries.

06.
Consequence

School & Beyond

More and more, finishing school is the ticket to getting a good job so you can build the life you want. This means graduating from high school or getting a GED. Going on to college or trade school creates even more opportunities. But using marijuana can make learning harder, and can get you suspended or expelled if you get caught—putting what you want to do and who you want to be at risk.


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