Cannabis prohibitionists have long cautioned that legalizing the plant will inevitably lead to increased use among teens, couching their restrictive beliefs in concern for the youth. While some of these concerns may be genuine, a recent survey from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment demonstrates – for the second year in a row – that youth in Colorado do not use cannabis any more than teens in other parts of the country. In fact, by at least one measure, they use less.
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