Cannabis Claims Reports

State of the Evidence: Cannabis Use and Regulation

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Updated on September 7, 2015: This report provides a comprehensive overview of the scientific research on major claims made about cannabis use and regulation. For each claim, the relevant available scientific evidence is presented and the strength of the scientific evidence in support of the claim is determined.

LINKS: [FULL REPORT] [METHODOLOGY] [PRESS RELEASE] [CAMPAIGN]
[CANNABIS USE CLAIMS SUMMARY CHART] [CANNABIS REGULATION CLAIMS SUMMARY CHART

Readers will notice that none of the claims are strongly supported by the scientific evidence, reinforcing the significant misrepresentation of evidence on cannabis use and regulation. The ICSDP hopes that the evidence contained in this report meaningfully contributes to the global conversation around cannabis policy and helps policymakers, as well as general readers, separate scientific evidence from conjecture.

Please note that this report should be read in tandem with Using Evidence to Talk About Cannabis, a complementary guide to having evidence-based discussions on cannabis use and regulation.  

También disponibles en español: [REPORTE COMPLETO] [COMUNICADO DE PRENSA]  [TABLA DE SÍNTESIS AFIRMACIONES SOBRE EL USO DEL CANNABIS] [TABLA DE SÍNTESIS AFIRMACIONES SOBRE REGULACIÓN DEL CANNABIS

Using Evidence to Talk About Cannabis

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Updated on August 27, 2015: 
The response guides in this summary report will equip readers with quick, easy, and evidence-based responses to commonly heard claims on cannabis use and regulation. 

LINKS: [SUMMARY REPORT] [METHODOLOGY] [PRESS RELEASE] [CAMPAIGN

Please note that these response guides should be read in tandem with State of the Evidence: Cannabis Use and Regulation, a longer report that more fully details the scientific evidence on cannabis use and regulation.

También disponibles en español: [REPORTE RESUMIDO] [COMUNICADO DE PRENSA

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