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Legalization of Marijuana: An Annotated Bibliography
Steinemann, Susan, et al. "Motor vehicle crash fatalaties and undercompensated care
associated with legalization of marijuana." Journal of trauma and acute care
surgery 85.3 (2018): 566-
571.https://journals.lww.com/jtrauma/Abstract/2018/09000/Motor_vehicle_crash_fa
talaties_and.19.aspx. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021
This research report investigates motor vehicle crash fatalities associated with the
legalization of marijuana in the United States. Some states have legalized marijuana for medical
and recreational use. This research utilizes a fatality analysis report before and after the
legalization of marijuana in Hawaii. The state's highest level trauma data is also used to analyze
the status of THC in the victims. The results obtained from the research indicate that THC
positivity among drivers increased after the legalization of marijuana. The analysis accounts for
an increase of 9% of the patients in the highest-level trauma center linked to THC abuse. Drivers
under the influence of marijuana are also less likely to use seat belts or helmets, as shown by the
data. The level of evidence utilized in this research is prognostic three.
Paschall, Mallie J., Joel W. Grube, and Anthony Biglan. "Medical marijuana legalization
and marijuana use among youth in Oregon." The journal of primary prevention

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38.3 (2017): 329-341. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10935-017-0476-5.
Accessed 16 Apr. 2021
The research outlines the association between licensed growers of marijuana, medical
marijuana patients, and the use of marijuana among youths in Oregon. The authors obtained data
from the Oregon Healthy Teen Survey and the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program to compare
the statistics before and after the legalization of marijuana. The survey conducted in the thirty-
two Oregon counties showed an increase in the growers’ rate and medical marijuana patients and
how these statistics affected the consumption of marijuana by the youth. The rate of marijuana
patients had grown to get 2.9 in 2006 to 18.3 in 2015, while the growers' rate grew from 3.8 to
11.9. The analysis of the obtained results shows a positive association between the rate of
marijuana growers and patients with the increased consumption of marijuana by Oregon's youth.
Ryan, Sheryl A., and Seth D. Ammerman. "Counseling parents and teens about marijuana
use in the era of legalization of marijuana." Pediatrics 139.3 (2017).
https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/139/3/e20164069?mc_cid=88873fbb1a
&mc_eid=%5BUNIQID%5D. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021
This clinical journal aims to counsel patients and teens about marijuana use in the era of
legalization of marijuana. The authors, Sheryl and Seth, including the committee on substance
and prevention, assert that the legalization of marijuana has increased the availability and access
of marijuana to many teens in the United States. Many states have legalized the recreational and
medical use of marijuana while reducing penalties for illegal possession and drug distribution.
The article utilizes pediatricians to provide accurate information on the consequences of
marijuana use by teenagers, children, and adults. The authors give teens and parents talking
points to learn more about marijuana, its effects, and its advantages.

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Surname 1 Your Name Instructor Course Date Legalization of Marijuana: An Annotated Bibliography Steinemann, Susan, et al. "Motor vehicle crash fatalaties and undercompensated care associated with legalization of marijuana." Journal of trauma and acute care surgery 85.3 (2018): 566571.https://journals.lww.com/jtrauma/Abstract/2018/09000/Motor_vehicle_crash_fa talaties_and.19.aspx. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021 This research report investigates motor vehicle crash fatalities associated with the legalization of marijuana in the United States. Some states have legalized marijuana for medical and recreational use. This research utilizes a fatality analysis report before and after the legalization of marijuana in Hawaii. The state's highest level trauma data is also used to analyze the status of THC in the victims. The results obtained from the research indicate that THC positivity among drivers increased after the legalization of marijuana. The analysis accounts for an increase of 9% of the patients in the highest-level trauma center linked to THC abuse. Drivers under the influence of marijuana are also less likely to use seat belts or helmets, as shown by the data. The level of evidence utilized in this research is prognostic three. Paschall, Mallie J., Joel W. Grube, and Anthony Biglan. "Medical marijuana legalization and marijuana use among youth in Oregon." The journal of primary prevention Surname 2 38.3 (2017): 329-341. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10935-017-0476-5. ...
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