A study of high school students in Massachusetts found that youth were no more likely to use marijuana after legalization, though more students perceived their parents as cannabis consumers after the policy change. “No statistically significant differences were found in the prevalence of past-30 day cannabis use before and after legalization among adolescents,” says the […]

A study of high school students in Massachusetts found that youth were no more likely to use marijuana after legalization, though more students perceived their parents as cannabis consumers after the policy change. “No statistically significant differences were found in the prevalence of past-30 day cannabis use before and after legalization among adolescents,” says the  Read More  

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