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  • Marijuana Argumentative Essay Outline

    I. Thesis: Marijuana should be legal for both medical and recreational use in the United States because its benefits outweigh the drawbacks, it is natural and non-addictive, and it isn’t as harmful as products we commonly use. II. The benefits of using marijuana outweigh the drawbacks greatly. A. Used for pain relief, eating disorders, insomnia, and anxiety. B. Debatable drawbacks are laziness, worsened previous conditions, decrease in IQ and hallucinations. III. Marijuana is natural…

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  • Personal Narrative-Fear And The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Fear and the Legalization of Marijuana I cower at the top of the stairs in utter terror. What is going on? Why are my parents yelling at my brother? He stands in the hallway with his head down, as stoic as ever. He never gives a response and does not even look at them as they yell and scream in front of him. My dad is almost blue in the face from the effort. What are they saying? What was that about drugs? That really sent my panic going. What stupid thing did Joseph do now? Almost 7 years my…

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  • The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Marijuana is a controversial drug that is the most commonly used within the population of that nature. Human beings are constantly going through struggles in life so some tend to use marijuana as a form of relief and as well as a form of medication. The drug has effects that is different for every individual and which is why in most states it is illegal. The limited legalization of marijuana in Washington and Colorado is having a positive effect in those states and one of them is due to the…

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  • Advantage And Disadvantages Of Legalizing Marijuana

    Marijuana and its’ legalization Throughout the past years, especially during the 2000s, marijuana has been a big deal in the world, especially in the United States of America. Many believe it is relaxing and helpful for the mind and comfort of the people. Moreover, there are also protests demanding on weed to be recreational in all states. However, on the other side, people still think it kills the brain and destroys the future. There are a couple of different states that legalized…

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  • Should Cigarettes Be Banned

    Today, there is more and more discussion pondering the legalization of cigarettes. It seems that there are several illegal substances and drugs that are do not maintain anywhere near the number of negative effects that cigarettes contain, yet they are legal. Because there are countless statistics and proven facts depicting the detrimental consequences of cigarettes, why are they still legal? This issue is argued for and against by three exceptional writers: Robert N Proctor, who is a professor…

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  • Legalizing Marijuana In The Economy Essay

    An economy is an area of the production, distribution, or trade, and consumption of goods or services by different agents in a certain area (Economy). Some Americans may believe that the United States economy is falling or has failed. A few reasons why an American may believe the economy is falling or has failed is because of unemployment, U.S. debt, minimum wage, health problems, and not expanding the economy. Legalizing marijuana would bring lots of income to the government, stop the waste of…

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  • Essay On Marijuana Should Be Legal

    Should Marijuana Be Legal? "Drugs are bad for you" I remember being told this thing since I was a child and even today. The naturally found plant called Marijuana is recognized all around the world. It is known to be a drug which gives users a "high" feeling. Marijuana is addictive and one of the most illegal substance. Some people believe that legalization might make marijuana abuse and dependence less common, but the truth is it can cause many problems. Because of the use of marijuana, it…

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  • The Importance Of Legalizing Marijuana In Arkansas

    Marijuana is a misunderstood substance. Many believe the usage of weed, hemp, or cannabis is a dangerous choice, but it 's the total opposite. So why is the legalization of marijuana in Arkansas such a problem? Both Colorado and Oregon are two states in America who have legalized marijuana. The crime rate has gone down; however, finances have gone up for both Colorado and Oregon. So I ask again, why don 't we legalize marijuana in the state of Arkansas for medical use, economical use, and…

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana Legalization

    The popular drug Marijuana has many health benefits and is also very lucrative, however, is often looked down upon because of its bad reputation that was attained by the spread of false claims because of this the pros of Marijuana legalization are overlooked and everyone is concerned about the cons. Not to say the coins do not exist, however, they do not outweigh the pros of legalization. For example, since colorado legalized marijuana they have seen a drop in arrest and an increase in judicial…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Denying the Beneficial I was in the midst of having a conversation with my friend during study hall when one of our friends sat next to us. She quietly invited us to a Halloween party going on Friday night. I wasn’t too enthusiastic about attending the party, yet my friend managed to convince me to accompany her. It was late October and Friday night came along. As we got to the party we were greeted by many people. It was crowded and hot, and my friend and I made our way through all these people…

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