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Carlos Guerrero, the co-founder of Central Coast Alumni for Recovery, talks about his experience with drugs and how he wants to help teach SLO County kids about their effects. David Middlecamp The Tribune
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With marijuana legal, group wants new school program to teach SLO County kids about drugs

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