The Legalization Of Marijuana

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Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in the United States. Despite this, Marijuana remains illegally in many states across the country. Legal drugs like tobacco, and alcohol are proven to be more deadly then marijuana. However, they remain legal nationwide. Tobacco itself is the second major cause of death in the world. The United States should legalize marijuana because it’s not as deadly as some other legal drugs, it’s already widely used, and it’s nearly impossible to enforce its’ use. The Unites States should consider nationwide legalization of marijuana. It is not a harmful as popular alcohol; and tobacco products. “Ruban Barler”, a health specialist at the National Drug Abuse Agency said. “You can die drinking five minutes after you have exposed to alcohol. That isn’t going to happen with marijuana.”. Smoking tobacco can also cause significant lung damage. This can include chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, lung cancer, and other respiratory complications. A new study published in, “Scientific Report Journal”, reveals. “Marijuana is 144 times lass deadly than that of alcohol.”. Upon legalization, Marijuana would not jeopardize public health. Cannabis, another name for marijuana, should be legal for its’ already prevalent use. Lame duck president Barack Obama, reveal in an interview that he has smoked pot in the past. It would be impractical to arrest the president for his past use of the drug. In fact, thirty eight percent of Americans have

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