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'Don't drive while high': Illinois officials ramping up cannabis education with billboards, social media advice

CHICAGO - Public and private groups are ramping up their marijuana public education campaigns now that the drug has been legalized in Illinois.

Chicagoans can see the messages online and on billboards around the city: "Don't consume cannabis if pregnant

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