That's getting a little bit outside my area of expertise, to be honest, but I guess I have a couple of important points that I mentioned in my brief. We need to partner with youth leaders and public health agencies, and we need to have clear messages in preparation, and not just sort of last minute, for what's going to happen should this go through next summer. We need to make sure that there's adequate investment in getting the word out. I agree with Peter Howlett and Ian Culbert that there needs to be more of a conversation.
There are a lot of myths around cannabis use for youth. When you ask youth, as we often do as pediatricians and adolescent medicine specialists in our offices, you will hear they're getting a lot of information from cannabis YouTube channels and different lobby groups, but there are no clear messages around what the risks are. One in six will develop a cannabis use disorder. There are actually structural and functional changes seen on MRI related to cannabis use. Those messages aren't out there.