Legalizing Marijuana Essay

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  • Legalizing Marijuana

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    December 3, 2012 The topic of marijuana has been a big topic for the past few years. The United States considers marijuana as a drug, in some other countries they say it is a natural herb that is grown from the ground. The issue at hand is “should marijuana be legalized?” the congress of the US stay in a constant debate on this subject. Why is the subject of marijuana such in high demand, if the US already considers it a drug? There are many facts that need to be looked at before a final

  • Essay On Legalizing Marijuana

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    Hi I’m Dominick and I’m going to persuade you to agree with me to legalize recreational marijuana use can benefit the U.S. Even though the drug is consider dangerous, it has many pros and cons. Marijuana has many advantages. Including taxing the drug and if it becomes legal for recreational use, it can cause more efficient for law enforcement for more serious crimes. Marijuana has been used as a new form of taxes as it is in Colorado & Washington. Reports have shown that taxing the drug can bring

  • Reasons for Legalizing Marijuana

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    Reasons for Legalizing Marijuana Abstract Marijuana can be used by the public for many purposes. Medicine is an important part of our lives and marijuana has been tested to cure cancerous cells as well as help people with their epilepsy. Using marijuana for medical purposes is one major aspect that people should take into consideration for legalizing it. Marijuana’s market has also been brought to many people’s attention because it has been poised to grow faster than smart

  • Legalizing Marijuana In Canada

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    Morgan Freeman (2012), “Marijuana prohibition is just the stupidest law possible...just legalize it and tax it like we do liquor”. Canada has illegalized marijuana in 1923.Since then marijuana has been the most used drug among Canadians .Moreover, Canada has the highest rate of marijuana use in the world. Therefore, many Canadians argue that the time that marijuana gets legalized in has arrived. Marijuana has been proven to be very beneficial to the country. Legalizing marijuana will reduce crimes, benefit

  • The Issue Of Legalizing Marijuana

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    The issue of Legalizing marijuana is a very controversial topic of modern times. The use of marijuana is all over the media with celebrities doing it and young people in on the craze. Marijuana is the world’s oldest illegal drug, not only that, it is also the drug that is most widely used among society today (Aanstoos, 2015). Different types of people use this drug for a variety of reasons, such as, as a way to disconnect from todays hectic world, something they are peer pressured into, or even medical

  • The Battle Of Legalizing Marijuana

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    Jake Mincher Mrs. Hasty English 1, 1st Hour 4/20/17 The Battle to Legalize Marijuana in the United States The United States is splitting up into two sides with the date of 4/20 coming closer with one wanting the legalization of the plant substance and the other opposing it. According to the United Nations, 158.8 million people around the world use marijuana—more than 3.8% of the planet’s population. Marijuana was legalized on the 20th of April in Colorado in 2014. It has been legalized in various

  • The Issue Of Legalizing Marijuana

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    Does it really come to morality after all? The decision to legalize marijuana has been subject for debate since first introduced in 1969; many arguing the fact that we are sitting on an industry worth an estimated 113 billion dollars. For once we have an opportunity to make a real impact in our economy. We have an aid on “the war on drugs”. But are we then showing our children that legalizing drugs is really the answer to our problems or does only the big picture mater in the end? Will this bring

  • Against Legalizing Marijuana

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    the idea of legalizing marijuana have several strong and convincing arguments. Such as, abusing marijuana may lead people to indulge in other hard drugs. They assert that tobacco and liquor already cause enough damages to the human body and it is unnecessary to enhance that damage by adding another drug in with the general mix. In addition, one of many claims is that marijuana leads to poverty, wrongdoing, and brutality. First of all it is essential to comprehend the impacts of marijuana use and its

  • Essay Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana

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    Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana Marijuana is now legal for people that live in Colorado and many other states in the U.S. Legalizing marijuana has hugely benefited my community and all over the nation. Marijuana now is legal at retail stores. A retail store is a store that sells medical quality marijuana and marijuana products. Now that marijuana is legal to purchase at retail stores people that are 21 and older no longer have to buy a medical marijuana card to purchase marijuana at a dispensary

  • The Economic Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana

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    Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana In 2007, the American economy took a downturn known as the recession. People began looking for a quick fix to our nation’s economic problems and one fix may be right in front of us, with the legalization of marijuana. The debate about legalizing marijuana has been going on for the last decade with no end in sight. Politicians, economists, and everyday people cannot come to an agreement over this growing issue. Today economists still converse over how marijuana can