Our friend Jacob Sullum considers himself a conscientious objector in the War on Drugs. He is an online contributor to Forbes and Reason Magazine. On August 11, he wrote an article dispelling the myths about underage cannabis use and traffic fatalities in Colorado since the state made marijuana medically legal in 2001.
Despite reports to the contrary the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued a report showing use of cannabis among high school students continues to decline. Traffic fatalities have generally declined since Colorado began loosening its marijuana laws. Read the full article from Forbes.com here