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USA Today Report: Cannabis Consumers Reduce Use of Pills, Booze

Among those surveyed, 49% reported reducing over-the-counter painkiller use since starting cannabis, and 52% reduced prescription drug use.

7 Takeaways From Canada’s 2018 Cannabis Survey

Nearly 1/5th of Canadians use cannabis daily.

Support for Cannabis Legalization Grows to 62%

The increase continues three decades of steadily growing support among nearly all demographic groups—and represents double the support found in 2000.

Doctors Want More Information on Medical Cannabis, Study Finds

“They’re not as close-minded as you might think, and they also feel they have a lot to learn,” said the lead researcher of a recent study.

Which Universities in Canada Consume the Most Cannabis?

How prevalent is cannabis on Canadian university campuses? A new survey has answers.

West Virginia Wants Your Thoughts on Medical Marijuana

Officials hope the anonymous survey will provide insight about potential patient demographics, where they seek care and what conditions they are looking to treat.

How Are Canadian Patients Using Medical Cannabis?

A new study led by medical cannabis provider Tilray shows how patients are working medical marijuana into their healthcare practices.

Federal Gov’t: Teen Cannabis Use Rate Drops to 20-Year Low

Cannabis consumption by US teenagers fell to a 20-year low in 2016, according to a new report by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Vast Majority of Pain Patients Prefer Cannabis to Opioids, Study Finds

A new survey found that nearly all respondents said they could reduce their opioid consumption after adding cannabis to their treatment regimen.

Poll: Canadians Want Ottawa to Erase Cannabis Convictions

A new Globe and Mail / Nanos Research poll finds 62% of Canadians want to pardon people convicted of cannabis possession.

Two-Thirds of Police Say Cannabis Laws Should Be Relaxed, Survey Says

More than two-thirds of police say cannabis consumption should be legal for either medical or adult use, according to a survey of nearly 8,000 officers.

Federal Report Finds Lowest Teen Cannabis Consumption Rate Since 1993

The results are the latest to refute arguments by cannabis opponents that legalization would lead to a higher rate of use among minors.

Organizers Launch Grass Poll, Largest Cannabis Consumer Survey in Dutch History

A roving team of pollsters dressed in bright yellow sweaters is conducting a survey to help inform the country's policy debate. Tell them what you think.

Pew Poll: Support for Cannabis Legalization Keeps on Rising

According to the latest survey, 57 percent of American adults now believe cannabis prohibition should end, continuing a long, steady trend toward legalization.

CDC Says Teen Cannabis Use Dropping as More States Legalize

The results support data from a number of studies published recently, all of which reported a collective drop in teen cannabis use.

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