The Pros And Cons Of Yes Or No To Marijuana

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Yes or No to Marijuana? Marijuana legalization has been a big issue in the United State that everybody has talked about for a long time .Marijuana is a plant which is used for medical uses and personal pleasure; it 's also been an old medicine in some cultures in old centuries. It can help people who have cancers or super hyper person or mentality issues, and chronic pain. In early 2012, two states in the USA have legalized marijuana, these two states view of point that marijuana isn 't more harmful than alcohol or cigarettes; also it can benefit increasing the tax income of state and reduce the crimes. On the other hand, the rest of the states claim that cannabis could lead to harder drugs and it might lead us to legalize other drugs as …show more content…
They prescribe it for alleviating muscle spasms, headache, and improving poor appetite. According to Drug Policy website," Marijuana has been shown to alleviate symptoms of a huge variety of serious medical conditions including cancer, AIDS, and glaucoma, and is often an effective alternative to synthetic painkillers." For example, there is a lot of medicine using the oil of marijuana, like Sativex. It has relieved their physical pain, suffers, and treated their medical condition without any side effects. Our bodies ' makes cannabis works like chemicals that affect the pain and it could help letting the natural chemicals works better. On the other hand, people who have been using it have claimed that they feel better with it and without any chemical medicine. It doesn 't have any limitation of how to use …show more content…
According to Drug Policy Website," The drug war is responsible for hundreds of billions of wasted tax dollars and misallocated government spending." For example, organized crimes, gangs have the most gain finically by illegal sales. By legalization of marijuana, all the sales of it will be under the government control and under the tax law. On the other hand, illegal sellers will stop because they will be having jobs. The legalization demands opening shops, paying tax, and limitation of growing tress, which each of these fields will offer a job to a cannabis smoker, jobless searchers, and increase the tax of each state. In addition, in February, Colorado has collected $1.43 million from 10 percent sales tax on recreational

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