Major advocates on both sides of the marijuana legalization debate agree that teens shouldn't use marijuana, but
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While marijuana use by teens has been increasing since 2005, an analysis of data from 1993 through 2009 by economists at three universities has found no evidence to link the legalization of medical marijuana to increased use of the drug among high school students.
By keeping marijuana illegal we are actually giving our children easier access to it.
The 22nd annual Partnership Aptitude Tracking Study recorded a 67-percent jump from 2008 to 2010 in the number of teens who reported using ecstasy.
According to a recent Pride Survey, Alabama teens are more likely than teens in the rest of the country to have recently used drugs, especially marijuana.
Survey shows that prohibition is neither necessary nor effective at reducing use