Prevalence of marijuana use does not differentially increase among youth after states pass medical marijuana laws: Commentary on Stolzenberg et al. (2015) and reanalysis of US National Survey on Drug Use in Households data 2002-2011

Melanie M. Wall, Christine Mauro, Deborah S. Hasin, Katherine M. Keyes, Magdalena Cerda, Silvia S. Martins, Tianshu Feng

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