The Legalization Of Marijuana

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Legalization of Marijuana
Marijuana has been illegal since 1937 but before it was bought, sold, and smoked in the United States. This drug was made illegal so people would stop using it but it only made it more popular and more people wanted to feel the effects of this drug. Marijuana is a very controversial subject, and there are many reasons pointing toward why this drug should remain illegal for recreational use.
One major topic in the marijuana community is the medical use of this drug. Many people argue whether it should be used this way or not. ¨Experts report that there are currently 4.2 million medical cannabis patients in the United States, and these individuals believe they are receiving genuine medical benefits from using marijuana.¨ (Netzley 26). This is stating millions of people using this drug for medical purposes are feeling better from it. People who have cancer or any form of chronic pain should be able to use this to help them, its not only used to take away pain but is used for nausea and appetite loss. ¨Researchers have learned that this chemical binds with receptors in muscles, nerves, and the brain to reduce pain.¨ (Netzley 27). Many people use this drug to ease pain from multiple sclerosis, HIV, or inflammatory bowel disease to help relax their body. A lot of the people who use this drug for pain, can take it in many forms like smoking, eating, or in pill form.
Recreational use of marijuana is for anyone who wants to feel the effects of the drug.
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