Legalizing medical marijuana appears to lead to less prescription opioid use, and could help curb the national opioid epidemic, a University of Georgia research... Legal marijuana lowers opioid use, UGA researchers say

Legalizing medical marijuana appears to lead to less prescription opioid use, and could help curb the national opioid epidemic, a University of Georgia research study finds.

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