Table 2.7b
Primary marijuana admissions aged 12 and over by State or jurisdiction: TEDS 1996-2006
Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over
[Based on administrative data reported to TEDS by all reporting States and jurisdictions (excl. Puerto Rico). Comparisons among States should be made with caution; see Ch. 4.]
State or jurisdiction Admissions per 100,000 population aged 12 and over
1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Total 91 93 99 102 107 112 120 120 125 120 120
Alabama 75 109 122 129 128 134 146 165 145 143 146
Alaska 143 144 148 107 94 70 88 68
Arizona 17 20 19 23 23 22 56 41 36
Arkansas 98 107 106 127 118 123 135 124 127 112 110
California 47 47 52 63 68 77 98 94 84 89 94
Colorado 162 132 141 182 142 90 120 113 145 148 147
Connecticut 100 108 116 134 137 131 138 111 115 115 130
Delaware 45 86 109 135 172 206 206 220 216 275 249
District of Columbia1 27 76 122 166 99 74 55 67
Florida 114 97 109 133 116 102 135 138 204 70 75
Georgia 45 43 34 38 56 68 67 75 67 92
Hawaii 104 113 125 127 132 139 137 132 114 145 148
Idaho1 160 145 191 198 126 177 103 64 119 30 113
Illinois 42 46 69 82 115 145 176 191 196 185 150
Indiana 41 65 97 154 138 147 152 178 170 158
Iowa 381 210 231 239 246 258 258 260 263 268 282
Kansas 161 118 137 125 152 157 161 158 169 175 176
Kentucky 31 46 52 65 102 109 133 91 94 106
Louisiana1 66 11 107 90 170 166 153 155 169 146 132
Maine 103 106 115 110 122 134 160 152 155 129 116
Maryland 172 168 165 160 175 204 215 223 225 217 209
Massachusetts 85 86 83 82 75 61 39 43 57 61 68
Michigan 156 159 167 111 112 93 123 115 122 118 129
Minnesota 162 192 192 193 196 198 199 204 200 180 182
Mississippi 18 27 49 58 71 88 88 91 82 62 52
Missouri 111 145 159 202 224 235 214 205 219 243 255
Montana 174 161 163 163 182 169 176 189 188 194 180
Nebraska 98 72 63 49 48 60 53 59 72 74 69
Nevada 66 68 63 77 89 80 84 83 76 82 68
New Hampshire 78 79 105 89 92 91 68 70 83 67 71
New Jersey 77 80 75 79 80 80 82 87 89 96 102
New Mexico 41 43 38 21 36 33 23 29 21 31 39
New York 142 159 172 184 203 215 230 229 224 256 265
North Carolina 81 89 97 78 94 97 82 66 48 36 20
North Dakota 49 57 77 68 63 76 129 66 89 92 117
Ohio 163 187 189 142 104 133 147 123 116 158 145
Oklahoma 94 88 77 72 79 101 104 99 100 98 97
Oregon 227 229 219 241 261 289 292 230 227 224 222
Pennsylvania 81 81 73 77 90 92 89 87 115 103 96
Rhode Island 121 99 121 148 158 183 195 211 189 190 178
South Carolina 99 122 110 118 120 138 131 121 130 139 145
South Dakota 168 198 180 151 153 124 166 158 172 287 292
Tennessee 22 37 38 21 24 28 30 30 24 28 26
Texas1 12 23 36 40 33 35 39 42 44 54 54
Utah 150 126 141 195 205 166 114 127 134 116 111
Vermont 133 132 156 175 210 206 237 218 173 229
Virginia1 45 28 25 47 56 65 88 134 150 97 96
Washington 142 160 174 189 144 138 130 131 131 134 137
West Virginia1 11 87 38 9 52 52 55 1
Wisconsin 30 37 39 35 43 41 45 44 44 49 49
Wyoming 146 181 172 179 239 233 240 219 250 207
1 Some data not shown on Figure 7: the District of Columbia (1996), Idaho (2005), Louisiana (1997), Texas (1996), Virginia (1997-1998), and West Virginia (1996). See Chapter 2 for details.
No data, or less than a full calendar year of data, submitted.
SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 10.9.07. Population: U.S. Bureau of the Census. Population Estimates for Counties by Age and Sex: Annual Time Series July 1, 1990 to July 1, 1999 (CO-99-9, rel. Aug. 30, 2000). Annual State Population Estimates by Demographic Characteristics with 6 Race Groups: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006 (SC-EST2006-ALLDATA6, rel. May 17, 2007).

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