Marijuana use falls in Britain

A recent survey of the British Home Office shows that marijuana use falls from 25% in 2004 to 21% (still 1.3 million people) in 2007. The statistic is about young people between the ages of 16 and 24.  In 2004 marijuana has been reclassified and a new policy that we can define as “confiscate and warn”  has been adopted. In the mean time, the use of cocaine powder has grown in the adfult population, up to 2.6% of the population in 2007.