Legality of cannabis by country

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  • Essay On Loyalty And Morality

    Loyalty versus Morality Loyalty often ties us stronger than morality. We find ourselves supportive of someone or something even when they are doing something we would otherwise not support. This paper examines what is morality, loyalty, and how the two intertwine to cause conflict within the individual. Loyalty According to Hoffman, loyalty is an “allegiance to a concept outside of the self” (2006). Loyalty is when we stand up for a person, an organization, or a cause even if they support…

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  • Essay On Legalizing Marijuana In Canada

    of the drug. Despite the risks, Canadians continue to ingest cannabis at a rate that tops the global charts. It seems the only thing that can greatly reduce the illegal use, production, and distribution is to legalize it. With the 2015 federal election in clear view, it is hard to ignore that a substantial number of Canadians favor the notion. But why else are Canadians pushing for the legalization of cannabis? Other progressive countries like the Netherlands, Spain, Uruguay, and the U.S…

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  • Legalization Of Marijuan Breaking Down The Buzz

    Their justification is that, because marijuana is natural, made from the leaves or resin of the female cannabis plant (Tebbett), it must be safe, even beneficial, for a person to smoke. Another argument is that marijuana is not nearly as harmful as other drugs. Cocaine, opiates, hallucinogens such as LSD, and even the nicotine in cigarettes are much more addictive…

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  • The Importance Of Legalizing Marijuana In California

    One of the more popular beliefs of long term marijuana users is that people who use it have a lower IQ. “For example, a study showed that people who started smoking marijuana heavily in their teens and had an ongoing cannabis use disorder lost an average of eight IQ points between ages 13 and 38. lost mental abilities did not fully return in those who quit marijuana as adults. Those who started smoking marijuana as adults did not show notable IQ declines” (…

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  • How To Legalize Marijuana In The Workplace

    Legalization of Marijuana Johnny Smoke asked his mom to pass the ketchup as he applied a final squirt to his hamburger bun before rushing out of the house to attend baseball practice. While finishing his final bite he grabbed his baseball gear and walked toward the front door to leave. His mom yelled, “Johnny don’t forget your greens.” His friend was waiting for him at the door and thought Johnny forgot to eat his broccoli. His friend was puzzled when he saw Mrs. Smoke toss a bag containing what…

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  • Weed Persuasive Speech

    My 15 year old son is the typical teenager, he spends 24/7 sticked to his IPhone, taking pictures to everything that crosses in front of him for Instagram/snapchat. You can imagine my face, when he arrived home and in joke tone, pronounced “-LEGALIZED IT BRO-”, Suddenly all conversations my wife and I have taken with him about drugs turned into dust. We have not anticipated that our son would be influenced by some wicked rapper potheads posting weed everywhere in the social media. I’m not sure…

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  • Legalization Of Cannabis Research

    Cannabis is a very controversial drug in today’s times; in fact, many ask if it is safe to use but many also believe that it is the gift from the devil and that if we smoke the special blend of herbs that we are giving into the temptation of his devilish ways. On the other hand, I stand for the legalization of marijuana because I personally believe in the major use and mass production of said drug. Throughout, time people have constantly been studying and practicing different forms of drugs for…

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  • What Is The Impact On The Future Of Marijuana Culture

    Marijuana, cannabis, weeds, grass, Mary Jane, or whatever you chose to call it; it is making a big uproar in the government these days. The societal impact across the media outlets are vigorous daily, a prime example of this are the “truth” commercials aired about smoking and also including the medical marijuana research commercials aired around the clock makes marijuana the latest buzz. I will explore the history of marijuana. I will also outline the significant impact that the…

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  • Smoke City Board Game Analysis

    Smoke 'em if you got 'em and if you don't got 'em, smoke 'em anyway. If that sentence made any sense, then you might be a stoner. If so, there's a great new marijuana board game that you'll be interested in. This YouTube video will tell you all about it. By the looks of it, this game could add a whole new element to getting stoned. One can only hope this kicks off a new trend for drug board games. Just think how intense Monopoly would be on cocaine. YOUTUBE PROMOTES ACTION BACK MARIJUANA GAME…

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  • Oxycontin Case Analysis

    Obviously, for many users, OxyContin serves merely as a substitute for heroin, but many people with legitimate pain problems were duped into taking the drug. For instance, that was seemingly the case with Rush Limbaugh who started taking the drug after back surgery. After all, most patients trust their doctor’s word as the gospel and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, convinced doctors that it had “reduced addiction risk.” That was a completely false marketing claim as OxyContin is just as…

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