Natalie DeLeon and other DC marijuana advocates gathered on the east side of the US Capitol plaza grounds to urge Congressional lawmakers to lower the restrictions on marijuana use in the District of Columbia, and made a further statement by illegally smoking marijuana and consequently being arrested, on Capitol Hill in Washington DC Monday April 24, 2017. | Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images

No Increase Found in Teen Pot Smoking Following Legalization of Medical Marijuana

A meta-analysis of over twenty years of research suggests there is no correlation between the passage of laws legalizing medical marijuana and increased adolescent use.