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Federal Government admits legalization doesn’t lead to teen use

This is the federal Department of Health and Human Services talking, in terms that could not possibly be more clear: So far, there’s nothing to suggest that legalization is leading to increased teen use.

Hickenlooper is repeating what state public officials have said, citing state data that shows no rise in teen use. It’s inconvenient for the cops, district attorneys and the Kevin Sabets of the world, but federal public health officials—you know, the people whose official line is that cannabis is highly addictive and has no medical value—are with Hickenlooper.

Original Article: Federal Government admits legalization doesn’t lead to teen use
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