The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians announced a partnership Tuesday with the Smart Approaches to Marijuana project, which supports a treatment, health-first marijuana policy.
The tribal group said it supports efforts to reduce marijuana use, especially among young people.
The group represents tribes in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Nevada, Alaska and Northern California.
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