Marijuana Legalization Not Increasing Teen Use, Annual Study Finds

Marijuana Legalization Not Increasing Teen Use, Annual Study Finds

The University of Michigan’s annual Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey of teen drug use was released today, and shows that softening attitudes toward marijuana and actual marijuana legalization in four states and Washington, DC, are not translating into increased teen pot smoking.

The survey also had generally good news about other drugs, reported declines in teen use of ecstasy, heroin, alcohol, cigarettes, and synthetic cannabinoids.

MTF has been tracking drug use, including alcohol and tobacco, since 1975, and surveys more than 40,000…

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