Vermont has the highest rate of illicit drug use in the country, with 15 percent of residents saying they've used within the past month, according to 2010-2011 surveys from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Using those figures, here are the 20 highest states in America:
20. Oklahoma (9.02 percent of residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month)
19. Connecticut (9.10 percent)
18. New York (9.29 percent)
17. Idaho (9.36 percent)
16. Arizona (9.52 percent)
15. Maine (9.60 percent)
14. Nevada (9.93 percent)
13. California (10.47 percent)
12. New Mexico (10.59 percent)
11. Michigan (10.71 percent)
10. New Hampshire (10.95 percent)
9. Massachusetts (11.55 percent)
8. Washington (11.92 percent)
7. Montana (12.04 percent)
6. Oregon (13.10 percent)
5. Colorado (13.39 percent)
4. District of Columbia (13.56 percent)
3. Alaska (13.65 percent)
2. Rhode Island (14.52 percent)
1. Vermont (15.29 percent)
Click here to see all of the state-by-state results from the 2010-2011 surveys from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
If you go to McDonald's this week - a familiar face may be taking your order. The restaurant chain is celebrating McTeacher's night - allowing local teachers to take orders and greet customers, while raising money that will go straight to their school.
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