Of all the issues of drug use, people are most concerned about the involvement of teenagers. The Drug Enforcement Administration warns parents to be on the look-out and pay attention to the signs of substance use in their children. The organization mentions a few places where teens are most likely to hide drugs.
Cannabis edibles are a great option for numerous weed lovers. Cannabis-infused chocolate, ice-cream, lollipops, and candies remain extremely popular among the citizens of marijuana-friendly states. However, authorities in Nevada are going to ban almost all kinds of pot-infused sugary edibles.
Washington state authorities are currently looking to prohibit roadside marijuana billboards that contain pictures of cannabis plants, cuddly mascots, and some other images they fear may attract the attention of kids.
The Governor of Delaware has recently signed an order into law that allows students to have access to their cannabis-based medication on school grounds. Although the law is not perfect, it is still a significant advance for those who need cannabis treatment.
Living in California, it is hard for parents to guard their children against marijuana when the green pot is on everyone's mind. There are a lot of dispensaries, medical marijuana doctors, news, and local talks, due to which kids may already know more about weed than you do.
New research of JAMA Pediatrics (the Journal of the American Medical Association) shows that the number of kids from Colorado who accidentally consume weed and get into the hospital is increasing rapidly.
The legalization of recreational marijuana use in Washington state caused concerns about the use of the plant among adolescents. It was believed that the enactment of this law can increase underage access to weed.