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Weed use and kids should be taken seriously.
Two new studies can help lawmakers grappling with this issue.
At least from a legal industry standpoint.
Users are looking for safer alternatives to opioids, antidepressants, and arthritis relief.
When compared to other treatments for everyday aches, it's often more effective and less addictive.
A recent study showed 70 percent of participants made their cannabis purchases through regulated Canadian outlets rather than unregulated sources.
Some think cannabis is safer than alcohol, and one study found that the plant may actually be able to reduce boozy cravings.
The country became the first in Asia to reform its laws to allow for legal cultivation, distribution, and use of medical cannabis.
There's actually a really great benefit to the argument.