‘People are really using marijuana as medicine,’ researcher says
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"Pharmaceutical money: Ask your doctor if his taking it is right for you."
Gerald Lacroix says it was tough financial times, including losing his job working in auto parts, that landed him in a single-room-occupancy hotel in the Downtown Eastside four years ago.
The war on drugs has established a nagging presence in the everyday lives of Americans.
Report also shows continued reduced rates of alcohol use among those age 12 to 17
The latest update to the annual Monitoring the Future survey of drug use in American youth bears mainly good news, at least if your interest is in reducing drug-related harm: both teen drinking and cigarette smoking are at historic lows; in fact, past-month marijuana use is now more commonly reported by high school seniors than smoking cigarettes.
It’s called the Law Of Unintended Consequences, also known as “what happens when a bunch of ignorant legislators try to interfere with people’s lives without having a clue.”