Effects of the Cannabis Expiation Notice Scheme on levels and patterns of cannabis use in South Australia: evidence from the National Drug Strategy Household Surveys 1985-1995: Monograph no. 37
This study investigated whether the 1987 Cannabis Expiation Notice (CEN) scheme in South Australia had produced a greater increase in the prevalence of lifetime and weekly cannabis use in South Australia than in the rest of Australia.
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