When I wrote on Friday that pot use can have a serious downside for some teenagers, I hardly expected to be accused of embracing an archaic, alarmist “Reefer Madness” point of view.
“Are you paid by an anti-marijuana faction?” asked one reader. “You should be ashamed.”
I’m sure I’ve done a lot of things that I should be ashamed of, but raising questions about the effects of marijuana on developing brains is not one of them.
If we’re going to consider legalizing marijuana for...