FSU researchers find religious involvement deters recreational and medical marijuana use

FSU researchers find religious involvement deters recreational and medical marijuana use

FSU Associate Professor of Sociology Amy Burdette and her team found that individuals who regularly attend church and report that religion is very important in their daily decision making are less likely to use marijuana recreationally and medically. The study was recently published in the Journal of Drug Issues.

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