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Idaho activists launched a signature drive to place a medical cannabis legalization initiative on the state’s 2024 ballot.

The National Institute of Mental Health filed a notice laying out its priorities for psychedelic research—including limitations for animal-based research and rules for trials involving children.

A new federally funded study found that legalizing marijuana “was not significantly related” to “the probability or frequency of self-reported past-year cannabis use” by adolescents and that “youth who spent more of their adolescence under legalization were no more

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