What we still need to know about the impacts of medical marijuana laws in the United States?
Yu-Wei Chu ()
No 7028, Working Paper Series from Victoria University of Wellington, School of Economics and Finance
Past-month marijuana use among adolescents does not increase after the passage of medical marijuana laws in the U.S. It is crucial for future research to explore causal mechanisms affecting different types of marijuana users to bring a deeper understanding of behavioral responses to marijuana polices.
Keywords: Marijuana; Medical marijuana law; Marijuana use (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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