The latest federal data offers encouraging news on the subject of marijuana use among high school students.

Despite the ongoing trend toward cannabis legalization, rates of both current and lifetime cannabis use among teenagers have been consistently decreasing, per Marijuana Moment.

About The Survey

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention's Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) found that among high school students who reported using alcohol, marijuana or prescription opioids, 35.1% reported using two or more substances.

However, the overall use of these substances has “decreased linearly” over the period from 2009-2021 …

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