Legalizing Marijuana Legalization

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What is the death count for people using marijuana? None, but people are dying from tobacco and alcohol almost every day. If these two dangerous substances are legalized then the harmless substance, marijuana, should be legalized. Many teens and adults commonly use marijuana whether it is for socializing, medicinal reasons, escaping depression, or getting high. Even though the marijuana is an illegal drug, innumerable amounts of people do not stop from attaining it. There is only so much the police can do if people choose not to listen. Although marijuana affects the regular cerebrum functions, for example: memory, coordination, learning, and the ability to solve problems; permitting it to stay illegal causes no distinction in the utilization, …show more content…
Marijuana is as of now the most well known drug utilized as a part of the U.S today. Keeping it illegal obviously is not preventing individuals from achieving the drug. If marijuana was legalized it would permit the law enforcement to focus and spend more money on real issues like homicides and theft. The legalization of marijuana will free up funds to state agencies and city police forces, but will also free up time and resources for violent crimes rather than wasting time and money on non-violent crimes such as marijuana. Thus being said I am for the legalization of …show more content…
Marijuana can be used for many medicinal reasons. The most common reason is to be used as a pain reliever and would benefit many patients. Marijuana will have a huge impact on those suffering with chronic pain. People who are prescribed opiates for chronic pain are at high risk for becoming addicted, not from drug abuse, but because it is the only way to help the pain. Marijuana can help people with chronic pain without becoming addicted. Also, those who take high doses of opioids are at high risk for overdosing, but using marijuana, as an alternative there is no way one can

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