The expansion of medical marijuana is cutting into alcohol sales, say researchers from the University of Connecticut and Georgia State University. The study, which examined sales data from 2,000 counties over a nine-year period, found the adoption of medical marijuana laws resulted in a "significant" reduction in sales of beer, alcohol and wine that endured for up to two years.
Study: Alcohol sales drop in counties with medical marijuana laws
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