In Fact, The Governments Own National Institute Of Health Has This To Say On Their Website In Answer To The Question, Can Someone Overdose On Marijuana?: If You Mean Can They Overdose And Die From Marijuanathe Answer Is No, It’s Not Very Likely.

There are now eight states with legalized recreational marijuana: Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, as well as the District of Columbia. Related: Marijuana Advocates Wait for Trump’s Stance on LegalizedCannabis Marijuana and Opioids? Spicer also seemed to connect opioid addiction to marijuana. There have been no studies showing that marijuana can lead to overdose in the way opioids have the latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that an estimated 15,000 deaths occurred from prescription painkiller overdoses in 2015. In fact, the governments own National Institute of Health has this to say on their website in answer to the question, Can someone overdose on marijuana?: If you mean can they overdose and die from marijuanathe answer is no, it’s not Marijuana Stocks very likely. The site does go on to say marijuana can lead to accidents by impairing judgement, such as with driving. But obviously this is not death by drug overdose, and the same can be said for alcohol, which is legal in all 50 states and at the federal level. A Violation of Federal Law Less than a week after Spicers comments, new Attorney General Jeff Sessions said yet again he is not a fan of expanded use of marijuana and spoke about a relationship between legal marijuana and violent crime. Studies have shown that no such relationship exists, according to CBS News. Again, Sessions did not talk specifics about what he might do. However, he did say this: But states, they can pass the laws they choose.

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