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Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, CPS
Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, CPS
ACCBO, Policy & Legislative Liaison, 2008-present
ACCBO, Past-president & Director Emeritus, 1991-2008
Adjunct Faculty, University of Oregon, 2000-present
Governor’s Advisory Board on Drugs & Violent Crime, 2004-2006
Governor’s Council on Substance Abuse Programs, 2007-2009
Commission, Co-Chair, Oregon THW Commission, 2013-present
Up in Smoke: Marijuana Education/Intervention Specialist
Consulting Editor; NIDA Science to Practice Perspectives
Certified NAADAC Case Presentation Examiner
ICRC Examination Proctor
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Marijuana voted in as legal
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Medical Marijuana
applications reach
all time high in June
2015
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Legalization vs.
“non-enforcement”
U.N. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs
• started with the League of Nations – precursor in 1912 (led to
Harrison Narcotic Act)
• The Single Convention officiated with 73 nations in 1961
• 193 counties now represented
Article 23 & 28: Cultivation only for medical and scientific purposes.
Article 36: requires criminalization of "cultivation, production,
manufacture, extraction, preparation, possession, offering, offering
for sale, distribution, purchase, sale, delivery on any terms
whatsoever, brokerage, dispatch, dispatch in transit, transport,
importation and exportation of drugs contrary to the provisions of this
Convention.”
• Paul Stanford
• Ballot Measure 80
• Understood impediment of
the U.N. Single
Convention on Drugs
• Operates retail stores and
dispensaries in 12 States
(Anna Song, KATU)
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Inslee meets with Obama & Eric Holder
• DOJ lays out 8 key measures for
Washington to proceed with retail sales of
marijuana
• 1st and foremost: keeping marijuana out of
the hands of kids
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Marijuana Epidemiology
National Data from NSDUH
About 34.2%-43.7% of Americans have used
marijuana (2000-2013)
About 10.10%-12.6% of Americans have used in
the past year (2000-2013)
About 5.8%-7.5% of Americans are regular
users (past month) (2000-2013)
About 4% of marijuana users are chronic users,
5-7 days per week. (2000-2011)
SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2002-2013)
What percentage of the population develops
Marijuana Addiction, Abuse, Dependence, etc..
NORML reported that
“approximately 8% of
marijuana users
develop a pattern of
abuse and
dependence
problems”.
8-9% meet diagnostic criteria
for cannabis dependence,
Cannabis Dependence: Its
Nature, Consequences and
Treatment, Marlatt, 2006
NORML, recorded testimony to Congress 1999
Cannabis Dependence: Its Nature, Consequences and Treatment, Marlatt, 2006
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Of the 43% of Americans who smoke marijuana
(approx. 113 million Americans, 12 and older)
Past Year
26%
Past Month
9%
Weekends plus
4%
Daily
4%
Less than yearly
57%
92% of marijuana users
consume marijuana
less than weekly
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2015 Marijuana Use Past Year, 12 and older
2013-2014 concatenated years (n=144,000)
SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
State
Percent of
Population
U.S. Rank
D.C.
21.70%
1#
Colorado
20.74%
2#
Vermont
19.97%
3#
Alaska
19.60%
4#
Maine
19.55%
5#
Oregon
19.39%
6#
Lowest
South Dakota
8.97%
51#
2015 Marijuana Use Past Year, 12-17
2013-2014 concatenated years (n=144,000)
SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
State
Percent of
Population
U.S. Rank
Colorado
20.81%
1#
D.C.
19.41%
2#
Oregon
18.32%
3#
Vermont
18.27%
4#
Washington
17.53%
5#
Alaska
17.30%
6#
Lowest
South Dakota
9.95%
51#
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2015 Marijuana Use Past Month, 12 and older
2013-2014 concatenated years (n=144,000)
SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
State
Percent of
Population
U.S. Rank
Colorado
14.93%
1#
Vermont
13.24%
2#
Washington
12.79%
3#
Rhode Island
12.75%
4#
Maine
12.67%
5#
D.C.
12.60%
6#
Oregon
12.38%
7#
Lowest
South Dakota
4.81%
51#
2015 Marijuana Use Past Year, 12 and older
2013-2014 concatenated years (n=144,000)
SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
State
Percent of
Population
U.S. Rank
Colorado
12.56%
1#
Vermont
11.40%
2#
Rhode Island
10.69%
3#
D.C.
10.56%
4#
Oregon
10.19%
5#
Washington
10.06%
6#
Lowest
Alabama
4.98%
51#
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Daily or Almost Daily Marijuana Use in the Past Year and Past
Month among Persons Aged 12 or Older: 2002-2012
1 time in past month?
Or, 31 times in past month?
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Inslee meets with Obama & Eric Holder
• DOJ lays out 8 key measures for
Washington to proceed with retail sales of
marijuana
• 1st and foremost: keeping marijuana out of
the hands of kids
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Colorado Department of
Revenue
Occasional
(5 times or less)
53.7%
consuming 3.6%
Daily
(26 times or more)
21.8%
consuming 66.9%
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Feds 2014
annual report
• Released in 2015
• Makes no specific mention
of youth marijuana use.
• No charts on marijuana use.
• Only one chart in entire
report, no other data.
We NEED…
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What is trimming?
This not a long-term career plan
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People want to drink and smoke
stuff that’s PRETTY
nasty cigar
nasty looking beer
Pretty Buds
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Pretty Nugs
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How long have people been
smoking (tobacco, weed,
opium, etc.)?
1. 1,000 years
0%
2. 2,000 years
0%
3. 5,000 years
0%
4. 10,000 or more years
0%
Possibly the oldest
known depiction of
pipe/tube smoking
from 1000 A.D.
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Buckingham Palace
In 1588, Abul-Fath Gilani, a
Persian physician at the Indian
court of the Emperor Akbar,
invented the Hookah.
Possibly the
oldest known
depiction of
pipe/tube
smoking from
1000 A.D.
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Marijuana Factories
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