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  • Persuasive Essay On Legalization Of Marijuana

    in a world where marijuana is so free that even your 12 year old son or daughter could get their hands on it without hardly any effort. Well that’s the world parents, law enforcement officers and government officials would have to live in if the bill gets passed that marijuana is federally legal for recreational use. Marijuana is a hallucinogen that affects the brain and alters your awareness. For years there have been debates weather not marijuana should be legalized for recreational use. people who stand for marijuana will often compare marijuana to prohibition however they are both two different things. comparing marijuana to prohibition is like comparing Meth to Advil they are both drugs but one drug has a more dangerous…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Marijuana Legalization

    Marijuana is a federally illegal drug which is classified right along with heroin. Realistically it is less harmful than multiple legal substances. Also the addictive properties are very low when in contrast to things like alcohol and tobacco. It is crazy to think that marijuana was legal for most of history. Then they put a ban on it just like they did with alcohol except for the fact it never became legal again. Until the United States started to come to their senses and realize that marijuana…

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  • Cons Of Legalizing Marijuana

    Legalization of Marijuana If addictive substances like cigarettes and alcohol are legal, why not an herb like marijuana? Did you know the dependence rate (higher the number indicates less dependence) for nicotine is 1, for alcohol it is 4 while for marijuana it is 6? A simple cup of coffee has a dependence rate of 5 which is more addictive than marijuana (Hilts). There are so many aspects to think about when the idea of legalizing marijuana comes into question. Conversations could go on and on…

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  • Marijuana In Canada Essay

    have been expressing their feeling that marijuana should no longer be illegal in Canada. It has been one of the most highly debated topics in Canada and recently seems like there are more people for legalization than against. Just last year in the Canadian election Justin Trudeau was elected in by the Canadian population. One of Trudeau’s goals was to legalize the use of marijuana once he became Prime Minister of the country. So have majority of Canadians jumped on the mainstream idea and are…

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  • Social And Economic Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana

    not marijuana should be legalized is one that is so heavily debated that it has become a guaranteed occurrence in the conversations of civilians and policy makers all over the world. Many believe that marijuana should be legalized and they bring countless arguments to validate their opinions, including the supposed health benefits and economic benefits that legalization would allow to occur. However, given the negative effects, both health wise and economically, along with all of the failures…

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  • Financial Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana

    medical and financial qualities of marijuana. With 23 states that currently have legal medical marijuana and 11 states very close, thousands of medical patients are receiving treatment from this plant. Now, four states have legalized marijuana for recreational use (“23 Legal States”). Since sales went underway in Colorado, the state has reaped huge financial benefits from the tax on marijuana. Millions of dollars in revenue has come just in the first year of legalization. Being that the…

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  • Health Risks Trivialized By Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum: Article Analysis

    Whether or not marijuana should be legal has caused controversy in the United States. In her article “The Truth About Marijuana: Health Risks Trivialized” Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum focuses on the negative effects of this narcotic. On the opposite side of the argument is the Editorial Board of The New York Times. In their article, “Repeal Prohibition, Again” they give the economic reasons for legalizing marijuana. Although both The Editorial Board of The New York Times and Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum…

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  • False Positive Drug Test

    arrestee spent six months in jail after cuajo she was carrying and bringing back from Mexico to make cheese with tested positive for crystal meth. Lab tests finally proved her innocence.” In another case, “a vitamin powder found in Joseph Ray Burrell vehicle registered “positive for amphetamines”. In another example “a military officer after an over-the-counter male enhancement pill in his pocket received a false-positive result for meth. “It took FDLE [Florida Department of Law Enforcement]…

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  • Benefits Of The Legalization Of Marijuana

    The legalization of marijuana, one of the earth most beneficial plants, can help solve many problems in the U.S.A. Marijuana has a vast variety of different uses and benefits in today's 21st-century society but remains illegal under the federal law placed by the U.S government. Twenty-nine states have decriminalized cannabis for medical use in past years but is not recognized by the federal government. But due to how the U.S works federal law does not recognize state laws. The legalization of…

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  • Cons Of Legalization Of Marijuana

    Cannabis is also known as marijuana. It is intended to use for psychoactive drug or medicine. Marijuana is made from dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant. Marijuana policies are rapidly developing. In 1969 only 12 percent Americans were in favor of use, marijuana but today, 51 percent to 61% Americans provision its legalization. Marijuana is illegal under federal law of 2016. In order to reduce the criminal penalties for the possession of little amounts of marijuana (Normal, 2016). Now…

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