The Pros And Cons Of Medical Marijuana

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Is medical marijuana hurting the citizens of the united states. Marijuana was legalized for people that have different type of health problems. Problems that cannot be solved with medicine. Should medical marijuana be legalized in all the 50 states of America, or should it be banned? Marijuana is a good medical plant that helps many people with certain health problems; however, many people hijack the system into using marijuana into recreational purposes. Medical marijuana is legal in 29 of the 50 states in America. Medical Marijuana is used for pain, Multiple sclerosis, Nausea, Epilepsy, concussions, Alzheimer, and bipolar disorder. Medical marijuana reduces harm; like criminalization of marijuana used disproportionately to harm young people, and people of color, sponsors massive levels of violence, and corruption, and fails to curb youth access. It creates jobs. legalizing, and regulating marijuana will bring one of the nation's largest cash crops under the rule of law. This will create jobs, and economic opportunities in the formal economy instead of the illicit market. Save money is another one. Scarce law enforcement, and resources will be better used to ensure public safety while reducing corrections, and court costs. State, and local governments would acquire significant new sources of tax revenue from regulating marijuana sales. Promote consumer safety for Marijuana, testing is becoming a standard requirement for legalized marijuana markets. This means consumers are
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