University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute
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The University of Washington Addictions, Drug, and Alcohol Institute (UW ADAI), formerly the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, is a multidisciplinary research institute at the University of Washington. UW established ADAI in October 1973 as a research institute for alcohol and drug use research at the university and in the northwest region. Grants and contracts from federal and state agencies and private foundations provide the majority of the Institute’s funding, which includes appropriations from the state’s Dedicated Marijuana Account.

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WA House COG - Work Session (September 15, 2020) - Initial Update

The Washington State House Commerce and Gaming Committee convened its fall work session to hear perspectives on cannabis “potency” from WSLCB, committee staff, and industry representatives along with updates from the Cannabis Science Task Force and state university researchers inclusive of public health and prevention community efforts to correlate ingestion of high-THC marijuana with adverse … Continued

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