Legalizing medical marijuana reduces traffic fatalities, new research has found. The study was published in the just-released February, 2017 issue of the American Journal of Public Health. Using data from the 1985–2014 Fatality Analysis Reporting System (roughly 1.2 million accidents in total), researchers; “examined the association between MMLs [medical marijuana laws] and traffic fatalities in …
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