Analysis of more than 100,000 teenagers found no link between liberal policies and higher use

There is no evidence that tough policies deter young people from using cannabis, a study has found.

Analysing data about cannabis use among more than 100,000 teenagers in 38 countries, including the UK, USA, Russia, France, Germany and Canada, the University of Kent study found no association between more liberal policies on cannabis use and higher rates of teenage cannabis use.

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