personputtingmarijuanainrollingpaper_article(University of Michigan, September 5)  Marijuana use among U.S. college students and same-age youth not in college in 2017 remained at the highest levels seen in past three decades, according to the most recent findings from the national Monitoring the Future Panel Study.

Today’s high levels of marijuana use among the nation’s 19-22 year-olds result from a gradual increase over the past decade.

In 2017, 38 percent of full-time college students aged 19-22 reported using marijuana at least once in the prior 12 months, and 21 percent reported using at least once in the prior 30 days. Read the rest of the news release on the University of Michigan's website.

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