Young man smoking. Image: Rafael Castillo via Wikimedia Commons
Lisa Chedekel ~ BU Today ~
 
The less restrictive cannabis landscape has not led to an increase in marijuana use by adolescents, according to a new study coauthored by BU School of Public Health researchers.
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Since 1996, when California became the first US state to legalize marijuana for medical use, concerns about a possible spike in the number of adolescents using the drug have arisen.
 
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