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Two people attend services at the International Church of Cannabis on April 20, 2017, in Denver.

The vast majority of adults in the United States support allowing marijuana to some extent, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey. But opinions about whether and under what circumstances marijuana should be legal vary by Americans’ religious identity and their levels of religious commitment.

U.S. adults who are affiliated with a religion are less likely than religiously unaffiliated adults to support broadly legal marijuana. Among people who identify with any religious group, just over half (54%) believe marijuana should be legal for medical and recreational use, while roughly a third (35%) say it should only be legal for medical use. Among unaffiliated people –…

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