The Legalization Of Medical Marijuana Essay

1028 Words May 9th, 2016 5 Pages
This article examined the relationship of marijuana use among youths and ease of access to the amount of medical marijuana cards that are available as well as marijuana norms as specified by the percentage of voters that approve the legalization of medical marijuana. I believe that there is no relationship between the number of medicinal marijuana cards that are available and the use among youths and teens. This article focuses on the cons of medical marijuana, such as it is becoming accessible among youth and teens. However, I believe there are many benefits of medical marijuana. The legalization of medical marijuana has many benefits; full legalization would bring drug deals and dangerous trades off of the streets and into safe, responsible dispensaries, create many more employment opportunities in our country and boost our economy, and of course for multiple medicinal uses.

Full legalization of medical marijuana would bring drug deals and dangerous trades off the streets and into safe, responsible dispensaries and clinics around you. Marijuana being illegal has done very little to stop it’s usage. There are many teens who still get marijuana off dangerous streets because they have no where else to get it. Because of this, there is no guarantee of knowing that the drugs they get are safe or not. However, I believe if marijuana was legalized there would be dispensaries up on every other block for teens and adults to safely and responsibly purchase marijuana. I think this…

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