Impact of Cannabis Regulation on Availability & Number of Users

We’ve all heard that cannabis regulation will lead to increased availability and increased use, yet neither of these claims are strongly supported by the scientific evidence.

Take a moment to find out how a teenager who easily bought cannabis under prohibition is now working to keep cannabis out of the hands of teens. As a member of Colorado’s legal cannabis industry, Kara Janowsky has seen firsthand what happens after cannabis markets are regulated. Exclusively for the ICSDP, Kara shares how two of the biggest public concerns – that regulation makes it easier for children to access cannabis, and that regulation leads to a rapid increase in cannabis users – simply haven’t happened.

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Want to know how to respond to the claim that regulating cannabis markets leads to an increased number of cannabis users?

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