Cannabis holds the dubious title as the most widely used illicit substance in the world, with about 219 million partaking in its use as of 2021. This prevalence is notably high in the U.S. where 52 million people self-identify as consumers, including teens and  their grandparents.

Teenagers: Who’s Doing What?

Anti-cannabis legislators, such as Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R) and his legislative cohorts, are using the “but, the children” argument as they threaten to repeal or change an initiative approved last week legalizing recreational cannabis in the Buckeye State.

'But The Children' Argument Officially Debunked By Gov. Research

In fact, teenage cannabis use has continued to decline in legal marijuana states across the U.S. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, and a CDC <a …

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