The study is groundbreaking and will hopefully help break the stigma of cannabis use.
The policy change flaunts evidence that extracurricular activities can prevent drug use.
One expert speculates that legalization makes it more difficult for teens to access cannabis.
More money, more marijuana?
Because more teens are using e-cigarettes, the FDA is pushing for change.
Some are concerned about the line between spreading information and spreading fear.
Police say they stopped 60 pounds of hash oil, flower, edibles, and vape pens from getting into local high schools.
The study tracked more than 3,800 Montreal-area high school students' cognitive development and substance use over four years.
A Michigan high school teenager allegedly gave out pot brownies to her peers in order to secure votes for the title of Homecoming Queen.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's comments may not be backed up by the data.