Up in smoke: Marijuana use rising among American teens
Not that it wasn’t predictable, but the federal government, fueled by new “Monitoring the Future” data collected by the University of Michigan on behalf of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), is reporting a rise in the illicit use of marijuana among high school students.
Did we really believe the loosening of restrictions on marijuana sales, possession, and use – including those related to “medicinal marijuana” – were to have no effect on those we have worked so hard to protect from the ravages of substance use condition and disorder. Not so much.
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