A Powerful Examination of What Marijuana Means to Our Children, Our Communities, and Our Future
Grafton & Scratch Publishers
A collection of esays and articles from parties to the opposition movement to the increase availability and access of cannabis. Twenty plus individuals come together in this publication to share their thoughts, the reputable science and the facts that support their central argument which is that legalization would increase use by youth and pose risks that are not worth taking. The move to advance legalization is addressed from a pivotal question to the debate: How do we reduce the use of marijuana by youth ? This important question is the priority facing policy and decision makers given the solid science on the consequences of use by a youth population.. Individuals contributing to this work come from the world of academia, the professions of law, medicine and public health and law enforcement along with individuals and advocates associated with public health initiatives to fight the commercialization of marijuana in the United States, Canada, the UK and Australia.
Pamela_McColl Pamela McColl sits on the board of directors of the national organization SAM Canada—Smart Approaches to Marijuana Canda and is involved in the campaign to reduce marijuana use by the youth population. She is acitvely involved in the campaign—www.greenisnotgreenercampaign.com and opposes the legalization of marijuana in regard for the risks to youth. Her publication of a smoke free Twas The Night Before Christmas, won six national book awards, including three IBPA Benjamin Franklin Book Awards, and captured international media attention including The Colbert Report, The NBC Nightly News and The View. Pamela is an author of a smoking cessation book for maternity, Baby and Me Tobacco Free and she is active in efforts to advance tobacco prevention. She is also the author of High Hopes, a book for parents on the discussion of marijuana use by youth.