Americans have included marijuana and liquor as an essential good to have during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Reports show that binge drinking is down in states where weed is legal. People seem to be learning that marijuana makes it easier to curb alcohol consumption.
Dry January might add to such confusion giving the message that a month of abstinence does away with the need for regular breaks from drinking.
Substances that carry long-term health consequences, like alcohol and tobacco, have fallen out of favor with teenagers.
Bing Crosby picked up a marijuana habit hanging with jazz musicians in the 1920s, suggesting later in his life that the plant be decriminalized.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced it would begin cracking down on the sale of CBD-infused alcoholic beverages manufactured in the state starting February 2020.
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No clinical trials exist to corroborate such claims.
The coronavirus outbreak's effect on businesses should be enough to convince states that were previously anti-cannabis to change their tune.
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