Even though marijuana is legal in some states, using it could cost you your civil rights. High Times' Danny Danko reveals the four rights put in jeopardy by lighting up legally. They include the right to bear and keep arms, the right to employment, and the right to be a parent.

The magazine's senior cultivation editor also reveals the results of a new study on teen drug abuse. Danko says fewer teenagers are smoking cigarettes as vaping and marijuana use increase in popularity. We consider whether the findings could be leveraged to advocate for legalization.

Teens in Colorado are also using marijuana less than ever. Danko tells us how this is possible in a state where the drug is legal. He says the statewide policy increases regulation and lessens young peoples' desire to use illicit substances.