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Marijuana is the most commonly abused illegal drug in the United States.

  • It is one of the leading substances reported in arrests, emergency room visits, and substance abuse treatment admissions.

  • Marijuana use continues to rise among youth; nearly 50% of high school students have used marijuana.

  • Over 84% of Manatee County students admitted for substance abuse treatment report marijuana as their primary drug of choice.

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