Update, Feb. 16, 2015: Today, in one of the world’s most prominent medical journals, Lancet Psychiatry, a team of 23 scientists published a large study showing that people who smoked high-grade marijuana — about 16 percent THC with no CBD, which is similar to average U.S. varieties of marijuana — were five times more likely than non-users to have a psychotic disorder. Weekend users were three times more likely than non-users to have a psychotic disorder.
England is telling the world it cannot afford these exorbitant tolls on life and public healthcare costs. The United States should, at the very least, bother to calculate these cases and costs before pressing ahead with marijuana legalization.
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