Rates of drug use for marijuana declined, while over-the-counter drug use increased for some teens.
Lawmakers approved a measure this session that makes it more difficult for convenience stores to sell synthetic drugs.
Only 10 percent of parents think their own teens drank alcohol in the last year and 5 percent think their teens smoked marijuana in the last year.
Ideas presented to the committee included complete legalization and taxation of marijuana.
Wyss calls moving the lab to state control perhaps the most important issue the general assembly will deal with this year.
The Indiana Senate has passed a bill which would curtail sales of currently legal hallucinogens like a synthetic marijuana called “K2” or “Spice.”
Montgomery County and Crawfordsville are the two latest Hoosier communities to ban the sale and possession of synthetic marijuana known as K-2 or spice.