Colorado's Expected marijuana report details youth Use, driving and crime over the last 5 years

Colorado's anticipated marijuana report details youth usage, driving and crime Within the last 5 years

After five decades of data collection, the Colorado Department of Public Safety released its much-anticipated baseline report on the consequences of marijuana legalization.

The information provide glimpses for the first time into how legalization has affected many highly-charged subjects, including utilization among young people and driving impairment.

The report shows that Colorado has not experienced an increase in marijuana use among young people, although it was the single most frequent reason for school expulsions at the 2016-17 school year. Marijuana also has not impacted graduation rates or drop-out rates Graduation rates have increased while drop-out rates have decreased since 2012.

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Published at Fri, 26 Oct 2018 18:29:55 +0000

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