Youth Marijuana Use Does Not Go Up When States Stop Making Arrests: A Study

According to a new Washington University School of Medicine study, decriminalizing cannabis does not lead more young people to consume it. On the contrary, the researchers found that decriminalizing cannabis can significantly benefit the well-being of adolescents.

The Washington University School of Medicine looked at the data on cannabis use and the number of related arrests in five decriminalized, cannabis states—Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Vermont, and Connecticut—between…

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