Fewer Arizona teens are trying marijuana since the state legalized the drug for medical uses, a study published recently by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission revealed.
In all, the study (PDF) found that 28.7 percent of students surveyed by the commission admitted to using marijuana at least once. The figure represents a minor drop from 29.9 percent in 2010.
Medical marijuana legalization took effect in Arizona in 2011.
A 2009 study report on Arrest, Usage & Related Data by Jon Gettman Ph.D reveals the fiscal and social impact of Georgia’s antiquated marijuana laws.
Read the report HERE>>>