Scott Goldberg, Gemma Pediatrics And Marijuana discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News


If you think teams would begin smoking more pot in states where it's legal now you might be surprised Scott Goldberg has details researchers looked at CDC data from the years nineteen ninety three to twenty seventeen that covers a period of time before and after big changes in marijuana laws by twenty seventeen seven states have legalized recreational pot and in those states the number of teens who said they had smoked pot in the previous month dropped by eight percent the number of teens you said that you is that ten or more times fell by nine percent the study published in the journal Gemma pediatrics says it's possible teens have a harder time buying marijuana with drug dealers replaced by dispensaries that are licensed and ask for ID had another hypothesis that marijuana laws are becoming less restrictive in so parents are talking to their teens more often about the

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