The Legalization of Marijuana Essay

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The United States has been tricking its people for over 50 years, the government continues to say that marijuana is harmful to one’s health and well-being, yet the positives of this drug outweigh the very few negatives. There have been countless studies trying to pin at least one serious side effect of smoking or ingesting marijuana, but these studies are ultimately unsuccessful. Marijuana in fact, has many health benefits, ones that can cure or suppress many modern diseases, some of which can modern medicine to shame, why would we need anything else? There are many other more dangerous drugs on the market. Tobacco, Alcohol and prescription pills, these three things kill hundreds of thousands of people annually, but the government …show more content…
The United States has been tricking its people for over 50 years, the government continues to say that marijuana is harmful to one’s health and well-being, yet the positives of this drug outweigh the very few negatives. There have been countless studies trying to pin at least one serious side effect of smoking or ingesting marijuana, but these studies are ultimately unsuccessful. Marijuana in fact, has many health benefits, ones that can cure or suppress many modern diseases, some of which can modern medicine to shame, why would we need anything else? There are many other more dangerous drugs on the market. Tobacco, Alcohol and prescription pills, these three things kill hundreds of thousands of people annually, but the government continues to keep these killers on store shelves? The United States Government is greedy, and will do anything to make money. The tax revenue they receive from these products is up over 50 billion, which looks great on paper but all that cash comes at a hefty price. Marijuana needs to be legal, it’s a great medicine, its safe for recreational use, and it will make the government billions annually without costing people their lives.
Some may argue that marijuana is dangerous, that it will permanently damage one’s health or well-being, yet nearly 100,000 people will die this year from prescription medicine, how many people will die from ingesting marijuana this year? Not a single person will die; there is not one death directly attributed to
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