Legality of cannabis by country

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  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta's Article: Why I Changed My Mind On Weed

    The essay, “Why I Changed My Mind on Weed,” explores Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s eye-opening research about the benefits of medical marijuana. Gupta explains why he believes marijuana is useful and the research that brought him to this conclusion. Gupta effectively convinces his audience that medical marijuana is beneficial. Persuading his audience using a combination of his credibility as both a doctor and television personality, specific evidence that makes marijuana use seem like the logical choice,…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Legalization Of Marijuana

    Introduction Legalization of marijuana has been a hot-button issue in the United States for quite some time. The supporters argued that legalization would increase state revenue, increase public safety, lower crime rate, and the black market and lower government spending on crime-fighting. The opposition argued the crime rate would increase, the black market would thrive, decreased public safety, and more government spending spent on crime fighting The opposition has fought valiantly against…

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  • Marijuana Argumentative Essay Outline

    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 and non-addictive. A. Cannabis (marijuana) is a naturally growing plant that doesn’t contains chemicals and is not synthetic. B. Since marijuana is natural is doesn’t contain chemicals that cause dependency and therefore in non-addictive. IV.…

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  • Why Is It Time To End The Drug War Essay

    that people in this awesome country should be able to make their own decisions no matter what the outcome or consequences may be. But due to the overwhelming support…

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  • Recreational Legalization Case Study

    In the four states (Oregon, Colorado, Washington and Alaska) a policy for market regulation was adopted, and cannabis business was aggregated to the existing regulatory agencies for Alcohol and Tobacco. Such agencies, known as Commissions or Boards, enhanced its structures to incorporate specific policy strategies for cannabis licensing system, production standards, taxation schemes, controls and sanctions mechanisms, as well as education and prevention programmes (Caulkins et al. 2015). The…

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  • What Are The Pros And Cons Of Marijuana Legalization

    Marijuana Legalization: Considerations for Texas The state of Colorado recently approved the legalization of marijuana. The act garnered a lot of attention and brought more attention to the marijuana legalization debate. Many of the questions raised by politicians involve matters such as the implications of a society under the influence of marijuana. Would a law like Colorado 's work in Texas? What are the advantages and disadvantages of enacting such a law? To answer these questions, we 'll…

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  • The Legalization Of Marijuana

    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 taxation of medical cannabis, and so the local and state government can benefit by the surplus funds provided by the consumers. The legalization of marijuana has had many positive effects in the state of Washington. In the article We are the Drug Policy…

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  • Argument For The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Marijuana, or cannabis, has been used since the dawn of man for its medicinal purposes; however, over the years it has been deemed void of any medicinal use and made illegal by the federal government. History has shown how marijuana was commonly recommended for medicinal use, then over the years has been made out to be something horrible and wrong. The illegalization of cannabis has had negative effects on everyone needing its medicinal properties, such as jailing; or having to resort to the…

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  • The Benefits Of Marijuana Legalization

    against marijuana have quickly hurt America with them filling the jails and prisons due to people being caught with the substance. The legalization and taxation of marijuana is exactly what this country needs to stimulate the economy. Legalization is important because it has been done in other countries and…

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  • Should Cigarettes Be Banned

    among the deadliest artifacts in human history and abolition would fulfill a promise made repeatedly by the industry itself, we see a possible cigarette-free future in the US. These key issues demonstrate that it is time to make a change, to make our country a healthier and safer place, by delegalizing…

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