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Federal Report: Youth Marijuana Use Steadily Declining

NORML

The self-reported use of marijuana by teenagers continues to decline nationally, according to federal data reported by the United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The agency’s 2018 report finds that past-year marijuana use by those ages 12 to 17 has fallen consistently since 2002, from 15.8

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Positive Cannabis Drug Tests in the Workplace at the Highest in 25 years

Veriheal

Quest Diagnostics started analyzing yearly workplace drug testing data 25 years ago in 1988, and the result of their recent study was published on May 18. They also stated that there has been a steady increase in positive post-accident cannabis tests since 2012, when the first states legalized recreational marijuana. in 2021 and 4.3%

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Gallup: Super-Majority of Americans Support Legalizing Marijuana

NORML

A super-majority of Americans, including majorities of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents support making marijuana use legal in the United States, according to nationwide polling data compiled by Gallup, first reported by Forbes.

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Colorado NORML and Denver NORML Host Citizen Lobby Day to Push for Consumer Protections

NORML

Sixty-six percent of US adults believe that “the use of marijuana should be made legal,” according to national survey data compiled by the Gallup. ” Never in modern history has there existed greater public support for ending the nation’s nearly century-long experiment with marijuana prohibition.

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Surgeon General’s Advisory Highlights Need for Further Cannabis Regulation, Not Criminalization

NORML

.” Specifically, federal and state data finds that teen cannabis use has declined in past years – during the same time that many states have legalized and regulated the use of cannabis by adults. According to an August 2019 federal report , past-year marijuana use by those ages 12 to 17 has fallen consistently since 2002, from 15.8

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According To DEA Data Do You Know Which State Grows The Most Illegal Cannabis ?

Cannabis Law Report

You might think it’s California,but actually it is …… According to recently published DEA data about illegal grows it is Kentucky, where both recreational and medical marijuana are still illegal. Massachusetts and Wyoming tied for last place with zero cultivated plants seized by the DEA in 2018. million plants in 2017.

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In legal weed states, employees are failing drug tests at record pace

The Cannigma

from 2012 to 2020 (from 2.2% “Our data suggest that marijuana positivity has increased sharply nationwide since states began to legalize marijuana in 2012. In states with only medical programs or where marijuana is not legal at all, positive test rates also rose, but by roughly half that amount. .