Marijuana Abuse Prevention
The variety of possible types of marijuana-use policies has received virtually no attention as a potential drug-abuse prevention strategy. Marijuana policies for adults, and debates related to those policies, can alter adolescent perceptions. This chapter examines possibilities for changing policies to improve prevention of adolescent marijuana use, taking into account existing and perceived policies, and the potential for prevention programs and policies to interact in their effects on youths' marijuana use.
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