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  • Why Marijuana Should Not Be Legal Essay

    Being as though Marijuana is a very problematic drug in society today, many feel that it should be fully excluded from the criminal justice systems. It should as well be treated in the same manner as alcohol, cigarettes, tobacco or any other legal drug. Knowing that these are life threatening substances; it is relevant to ask why marijuana isn’t legal. It’s commonly failed to understand why most drugs are legal in today’s time even though they have similar, or even worse effects on the body than…

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  • Legalization Of Marijuana (Rough Draft)

    Legalization of Marijuana (Rough Draft) For the past decade one of the biggest debates that has seemed to get everyone taking sides it the idea of the legalization of marijuana. Marijuana is not something new to the American government, it has been an ongoing battle to control the seemingly harmless plant that the government deemed illegal with no justification other than we still do not know enough about the plant. It is only due to recent theories of marijuana ability to be used as a useful…

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  • Essay On Euthanasia In Canada

    Canada and Euthanasia Euthanasia should be legalized in Canada. Euthanasia is the practice of ending the life of someone who is in a great deal of pain and suffering. Euthanasia should be legalized because there are many ways that Euthanasia can be performed in humane ways. It should also be legalized because people should be allowed to decide whether or not they want to be relieved of their agony. And the Netherlands have already legalized euthanasia making them a good example to follow. Last…

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  • Marijuana Federalism Essay

    is made out of the dried flowers and leaves from the hemp plant. Since the 1600s, many states have been torn between the idea of marijuana being just a plant and harmless, and marijuana being a drug that causes substance abuse and is linked to many crimes. Some of the first federal laws against drugs were 1952 Boggs Act and 1956 Narcotics Acts which enforced that if a person was caught with marijuana in their possession they could be sentenced for a minimum of 2 – 10 years and a fine of $20,000.…

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  • Legalization Of Marijuana In The United States

    There are so many dangers threatening American society today. There is violence in schools, work, and in the home. The economy is ever changing. However, marijuana is not posing a problem in America today. Legalization of marijuana should be allowed in the United States because it is not a harmful substance, it can provide medicinal benefits for ailing patients, and can provide funding for government programs . Marijuana is not a harmful substance. Many people have come to believe it is.…

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  • Medical Marijuana Case Study

    First, marijuana has incredible therapeutical uses. It can relieve pain. It can be used to treat a variety of illnesses including cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), epilepsy, Crohn’s Disease, and glaucoma. It can also replace narcotic painkillers, which is very harmful to our body. (10 Facts About Marijuana). Marijuana effectively treats severe seizure disorders. According to Fox31 Denver, there is a case study of a six-year-old girl…

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  • Active Euthanasia Legal Murder

    Active Euthanasia, Legal Murder Recently, the question on whether the state of California should legalize euthanasia, intentionally ending a life to prevent pain and suffering, arises. On October 5, 2015, governor Jerry Brown of California put an end to that question by signing into law the End of Life Option Act. The law allows “terminally ill people to be prescribed the drugs that will end their life” (All things considered). It is written: “provide that nothing in its provisions is to be…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Proposition 64

    In light of the unprecedented election on November 8, the year of our lord 2016, that elected Donald Trump as our next president, California residents woke up with a massive what the heck happened headache. How could this be? How did America afford to elect a temperamentally unfit, manifestly unqualified candidate to the White House? The answer is many, but yet no one knows why or how it happen. Subsequently, us Californians can turn our sorrows and despair over the fate and uncertainty of…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Legalization Of Marijuana

    also referred to as weed, looking for a temporary high to get away from life constantly beating an individual down. Marijuana is one of the most widely used illegal drugs and constantly starts heated debates. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime states that, “in 2014 some 3.8% of the human population used cannabis.” Many people in this generation participate in the smoking and selling of marijuana, regardless of its legal status in their state. People that…

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  • Argument: The Negatives Of The Legalization Of Marijuana

    “Herb is the healing of a nation, alcohol is the destruction.” Bob Marley said this because he believed that Marijuana should not be looked down upon, because he believes it unites one with himself and with others. It looks like Marley 's dream became a reality as proposition 64 has passed, which means that Marijuana is legal now. To consume it, one has to be at least twenty one, and the limit is an ounce. Since the proposition passes, that means the majority of people agreed with it. Obviously…

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