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  • The Incident Command System

    1) What challenges do law enforcement agencies face fully implementing the ICS? The Incident Command system is the system that was created from the Department of Homeland Security for Emergency Management. This system states the tree and branches of the command system during an incident and their roles and responsibilities. It fits and flexes with any type of incident, no matter how small or large it is. Obviously, the larger the incident, the more complicated the ICS can become. The top…

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  • Examples Of Sins In The Kite Runner

    As Elbert Hubbard says, “We are not punished for our sins, but by them.” This is most certainly the case in Khaled Hosseini’s novel, The Kite Runner. Through the protagonist’s eyes, we are shown how evil, in the form of sins, can control people from birth, adolescence, adulthood, and can lead to their demise. This is primarily demonstrated with Baba’s pride blinding and controlling him from Hassan’s conception, to his own death. Another example of sin is the rage displayed in Assef, a boy who…

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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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  • Financial Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana

    studies have shown the incredible 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…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Legalization Of Marijuana

    Picture living 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…

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  • The Negative Effects Of The Legalization Of Marijuana And The Society

    Over the last few decades, marijuana has been a controversial issue debated between many states, countries, and people. The prohibition of marijuana has lead to many negative effects such as higher crime rates and the imprisonment of more people. Although many people think marijuana is bad for the society, there are good effects that comes from this prohibited drug. Studies have been made to determine the impact of marijuana to the society. The legalization of marijuana can lead to a lower…

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  • Benefits Of The Legalization Of Marijuana

    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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  • Review Of Jeff Hunt's Essay: Don T Legalize Marijuana

    Prompt 1: Jeff Hunt’s article, Marijuana Devastated Colorado, Don’t Legalize it Nationally, details his concerns with the nation’s continuing acceptance of marijuana. He specifically discusses the introduction of the Marijuana Justice Act from Senator Cory Booker. This act would legalize weed across the nation and punish communities that do not conform. Hunt goes onto explain that the legalization of weed would bring more than devastation than relief. He exemplifies Colorado and the adverse…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Legalize Marijuana

    Legalize Marijuana One of the greatest debates across this country right now is the topic of whether or not marijuana should be legalized. Marijuana is currently legal in some forms in 23 different states. The majority of those states have legalized marijuana strictly for medicinal reasons, while in only four of those states is recreational use of marijuana legal. Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is commonly perceived as unattractive and useless to most Americans. They see it as addictive…

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  • Legalization And Criminalization Of Marijuana

    To many people marijuana is considered to have medicinal benefits while others believe it’s a gateway drug. Some consider it to have a “high potential for abuse which may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence” ("Resources - Controlled Substance Schedules", 2016). That may not be the case as marijuana possession was criminalized in the Confidential Restricted List in 1923 under the Narcotics Drug Act Amendment Bill only because some “business people and clergy” were upset by the…

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