Commentary: Researchers say the legalization of marijuana comes at a hidden cost to our young people

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Chicago Tribune

The Biden administration recently declared that no one should be in jail for using or possessing marijuana and that individuals convicted of simple possession at the federal level shall be pardoned. This ruling is consistent with the decades of scientific studies that have established the need for serious reform of marijuana policies. Clearly, our nation’s approach to substance use and addiction should always be conceived of through a public health rather than criminal justice lens. A public health approach also demands that we consider the effects of reforming marijuana laws on the health and…

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