Vermont Legislature’s Views on the Reliability and Accessibility of Available Resources Regarding Public Health Concerns of Youth Marijuana Use
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Vermont previously legalized possession and limited cultivation of marijuana. Proposed legislation for 2020 would legalize commercial sale of marijuana. Current knowledge surrounding public health impacts of the legal commercial sale of marijuana on youth is inconsistent, insufficient, and poorly understood by the public. This study investigated legislator utilization and perception of sources contributing to growing knowledge surrounding youth marijuana use.
Karen Lounsbury PhD
University of Vermont
Vermont Public Health Association
Public Health Infrastructure, Educational and Community-Based Programs
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Garewal, Aram; Higgins, Luke; Lin, Jeannie; O'Hara, Kathleen; Oberding, Michelle; Quinlan, Anna; Teague, Joseph; Augustyniak, Lori; and Lounsbury, Karen, "Vermont Legislature’s Views on the Reliability and Accessibility of Available Resources Regarding Public Health Concerns of Youth Marijuana Use" (2020). Public Health Projects, 2008-present. 297.