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    Colorado, marijuana is still an illegal substance under the federal statute, known as the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 which explicitly prohibits any activities associated with marijuana. Additionally, the law implements three drug treaties for controlling drugs of which the US is part of the treaty. Currently, marijuana is exclusively limited for medical research and scientific purposes. In the past few years, there has been intense debate regarding legalization of marijuana and

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    solutions in resolving the cost reduction strategies for prescription drugs, it’s important to consider the short-term solution rather than the long-term. In long-term problem solving strategic plan like the change in the overall U.S health system, the process of transforming the highly dominated private health financing system to government funding and controlling system takes years, even decade. To reduce the price of prescription drugs in the United States, this paper (part III) has presented recommendations

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    book called  Brave New World, in which “controllers” in the book could easily manipulate and control the ignorance of people by doing drugs “soma” and being conditioned to think all is well, fine, and dandy. I think the controllers do this is to hide everyone from the reality everything was setup perfect for them and nothing could go wrong. The government used the drug “soma” as a way to make everyone high and belligerent to the point that the would agree to anything that the world state wanted. Taking

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    Cooper, Hannah LF. “War On Drugs Policing and Police Brutality.” Substance Use & Misuse 50. 8/9 (2015): 1188-1194. Web. 7 Oct. 2015. Hannah article provide details about how the War on drugs controlling activity has been unsuccessful to diminish domestic road level drug activities. In addition, the main reason drug activity still has not decrease is because the drug price still has been low like before and the drug product has been available everywhere in the market. In addition, this paper mainly

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    I can agree that the definition of drugs as ‘legal’ or ‘illegal’ during the period between World War II and the Cold War have been determined to ensure the global dominance of several private American pharmaceutical companies, and not by public health and safety concerns, I must add a very critical aspect to this statement. Not only did American corporations who manufactured drugs as their stock trade dominate the global drug market, the United States government was also ensured global economic and

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    Hallucinogen Of Soma

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    by some people at the top of a World State. It acknowledges government control which then leads to a failure in society. It is a world where everything is being observed, under control and synthetic. Drugs & alcohol and power were some themes in this book. Not only were drugs common, but they were also distributed by the government. The drug that is used throughout the book is called Soma. A hallucinogen described as the “perfect drug”. It is used for escaping moments of dissatisfaction with the

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    “Strumpet! Strumpet!” is what the people in Brave New World would say to the real world’s society because of with the government has told them. Totalitarian government in this society of Brave New World is a way to control the masses to become just a mass of bodies to work and only complete their assigned jobs. In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley uses figurative language and details to explain political and social issues in the 1920s-1930s when this novel was written. Mustapha Mond is one of the

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    increase in economic output (DPA). Since 2010, the marijuana possession arrest have went down 84% since its legalization. The tactic of legalizing, controlling, and discouraging has been proposed by the Economist, a weekly news magazine, in the late 80’s. The article, “Hooked on Just Saying No”, was written to address the problems of the War on Drugs. It discussed the problems with prohibition. Back in the early 20th century, America’s prohibition of alcohol failed; it caused social and economic

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    The ones most responsible for controlling crime in the community is the community itself. Although the other factors, such as government, education, and families, are crucial, the community is ultimately accountable. They are the ones who control a large group of people and attend their specific needs. In order to control crimes within the neighborhood, it should be solved by the people who live within the region. In addition, the individuals living in the area must be able to solve their own situations

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    also (Ross, J. K. 2014, 05). This drug can be used in many helpful, medical purposes. Cannabis oil can be used to treat certain seizure disorders in both children and adults. These are afflictions that can cause hundreds of seizures a day, and can even lead to death. However, it does not create the high that recreational use of marijuana produces (Aaron, & Torres, 2015). Marijuana cigarettes are effective at controlling nausea. They are more effective at controlling nausea than the capsule containing

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