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No, Colorado teen marijuana use isn’t spiking in legal era, 2015 survey shows

No, teen marijuana use isn’t spiking in Colorado's legal era, survey shows:  by @johningold

  • In Colorado, 21.2 percent of teens said they have used marijuana in the last month, according to data from the 2015 Healthy Kids Colorado Survey.
  • In the 2015 Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, 11 percent of students said they obtained marijuana either from someone with a medical marijuana card or by using their own medical marijuana card.
  • The 2013 version of the survey found that 19.7 percent of teens had used marijuana in the past month.
  • The survey, from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System , found that 21.7 percent of high school students nationwide said they had used marijuana in the past month.
  • Nearly 14 percent of Colorado teens said they have used pharmaceuticals without a prescription, below the national average.

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@cannabist: “No, teen marijuana use isn’t spiking in Colorado’s legal era, survey shows: by @johningold”


Teen marijuana use in Colorado: A new survey shows past-month use has remained stable since legalization, and is in line with the national average.


No, Colorado teen marijuana use isn’t spiking in legal era, 2015 survey shows

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