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Cannabis Education Moves From ‘Don’t’ To ‘Delay’

California legalized marijuana in 2016, and this past New Year’s Eve eager customers lined up in the darkness outside medical marijuana dispensaries across the state, ready to start shopping at the stroke of midnight.

Effects Of Cannabis On The Teen Brain Lasts This Long

The underpinnings that supported the logic for federal prohibition on cannabis seem to crumble a bit more each day.

No Correlation Between Medical Marijuana And Increased Teen Use

Debunking a common argument against any legalization of marijuana, a new study finds teens don’t use more in states that allow its medical use.

No Increase In Marijuana Use For Colorado Adolescents After Legalization

People worry that legalization could marijuana use in young people at an earlier age or make it more socially acceptable for them to use.

For How Long Does The Marijuana High Affect You?

When THC is inhaled, the marijuana high is almost immediate. And although the high lasts a little while, once you inhale there’s no going back.

Washington State Teens Are No Longer Partying With Booze And Marijuana: But Why?

Nearly three out of four Washington State 10th graders say they have not touched cannabis or marijuana in the past month.

How Colo. And Washington Dispelled The Myth That Rec Weed Will Make Teens Drug Addicts

It seems while marijuana prohibitionists cannot help but lean on old-school propaganda tactics when trying to combat the progress of the marijuana movement, the latest findings from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health provides additional evidence suggesting that all of the noise about legal marijuana turning children into smokers is simply talk.

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