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Colorado to use millions in marijuana revenue to fight school bullying

A surge in surplus marijuana tax revenue in Colorado will soon pour into public schools to fund anti-bullying initiatives. Flush with cannabis cash, the state plans to distribute nearly $3 million to the Colorado Department of Education for the programs, television station Denver7 reports. Around 50 schools will receive grants aimed at bullying prevention. "As far as we know, we're the only state that is providing such significant funds to prevent bullying in schools," Dr.
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