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USA. Colorado teens use less cannabis than USA average, despite legalization




Recent data from Colorado is indicating that teenage use of cannabis is below the USA  national average despite the legal availability.  This confirms previous information coming from Colorado which suggested that teens see cannabis use as more of an ‘older persons’ activity.  Alcohol remains the most popular drug amongst teens.  80% of high school children in Colorado never use cannabis, not even occasionally.  Some of the anti-cannabis campaigners had previously warned that legalisation would lead to higher teenage usage, not lower.  Pro-Legalisation campaigners claim that improved cannabis education and regulated supply are the best ways to keep cannabis out of the hands of children,

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June 24th 2016

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