The pot-smoking teen is a common stereotype, but a new government study has found that Americans ages 35 to 44 are now more likely to smoke marijuana than young people ages 12 to 17. While marijuana use has dramatically increased for older people, teen use has remained steady. If the trend continues, soon Americans in their 50s could also be smoking more than teens. Researchers think the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana in some states might be a factor.
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