With Pennsylvania now among the majority of states in legalizing medical marijuana, a new report shows that young people’s attitudes toward pot have become more positive in recent years.
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A new checklist running down everything from the first dispatch for a call to potential coping strategies for injuries was developed at Drexel and will now be implemented by multiple fire departments, including Philadelphia's.
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