Marijuana Study Reveals Teens’ ‘Surprising’ Views Of The Drug

The researchers found that disapproval of marijuana use has actually increased among adolescents ages 12 to 14.

Marijuana use continues to become legal in more places, but that doesn’t mean the drug’s popularity among adolescents is growing, a new study finds. Although disapproval of marijuana use has decreased dramatically among young adults — suggesting that this age group is viewing the drug less negatively — that’s not the case for younger adolescents, Read the full article…

Colorado Seeks Permission To Grow & Study Pot At State Universities

legalization of the drug here has raised questions about its health effects, questions that can only be answered by studying large amounts and different strains of marijuana.

COLORADO:  After years of trying to stamp out marijuana use on college campuses, Colorado officials are now asking the federal government to allow its state universities to grow their own pot. The reason, they say, is that the legalization of the drug here has raised questions about its health effects, questions that can only be Read the full article…

Pot Scientists Brace for Marijuana Meltdown as Laws Ease

Washington's pot shops will face initial supply shortage.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  The only marijuana available for research in the U.S. is locked down by federal regulators who are more focused on studies to keep people off the drug than helping researchers learn how it might be beneficial. Marijuana is a trend that “will peak like tobacco then people will see their error,” said Read the full article…