A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that marijuana legalization laws are not associated with increased use amongst high school students.
“Consistent with estimates from prior studies, there was little evidence that [recreational marijuana laws] or [medical marijuana laws] encourage youth marijuana use,” reads the paper.
The study builds upon a previous paper that used data from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) for the period 1993-2017, which found that marijuana adoption was associated with an 8% decrease in the odds....More>>>
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The phrase “too big to fail” could be aptly applied to the brick-and-mortar retail climate of today.
As various merchants wade through supply chain snags, climbing costs, and a resurgence of Covid-19, Walmart on Tuesday reported another quarter of rising U.S. sales, surpassing Wall Street expectations.
It is officially back-to-school season,....More>>>
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Investors don't necessarily think about the supply chain when they're looking at potential stocks. But supply chain shortages could slow down an otherwise high-growth stock, and there's always a dance between a retailer and its suppliers to get the right mix of products when they're needed.
August is the thick of the second-quarter earnings season. This year is particularly suspenseful as companies match up against the second quarter of 2020, where some of them got a huge pandemic boost, and others got a huge pandemic bashing. Many companies have bounced back big, topping 2019 num