Fast Facts

The drug marijuana changes the way the brain works, altering mental and physical health.  Fast Facts are flyers designed to help parents, youth, educators, businesses, and anyone interested in learning about the

Marijuana Use Lowers IQ

Amidst the nationwide marijuana myth vs. fact controversy, a recent scientific study provides evidence about the long-term effects of marijuana use. The Research Report on Marijuana Use published by the National Institute

Studies Point to Marijuana Addiction

Much controversy surrounds marijuana use.  Some argue that marijuana is not addictive.   However, current facts speak otherwise. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) tracks national treatment data.  The results

Let’s Stop the Push for Legalization

In 2010, the medical marijuana initiative passed in Arizona by a narrow margin of approximately 4,000 voters.   It was a ballot initiative led by the Marijuana Policy Project whose stated goal is

NO MORE DRUGS

To protect the future of our children, say NO to legalization of marijuana. Marijuana is an addictive substance that affects the brain – especially in kids – in ways that impair intelligence,