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  • The Legalization Of Marijuana And Marijuana Essay

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    Marijuana or Cannabis is one of the bused drugs in America and the rest of the world. Interesting accumulating evidence show that the significant negative impact of this drug outweighs the positive effects. However, the medical benefits of the drug seem on the process of chemical compounds as compared to the drug itself. Medical debates show that chemical compound in marijuana are the problem as compared to the plant. The said chemical compound affects the mental and physical health of the persons

  • The Legalization Of Marijuana For Marijuana

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    The legalization of marijuana in America Overview Issue The new events of legalizing marijuana for recreational use has increased controversy in the United States, those against it say it was bad enough before when it was merely allowed for medicinal use and now that these new laws and rules are really infuriating those who are against it. However on the flip side people are also arguing that now that it is allowed for recreational use people it will lessen crime rates, related to selling and buying

  • The Cons Of Marijuana And Marijuana

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    Emma Biggs/Regalia Political Studies 22 October 2014 The Cons of Cannabis Although it is a highly common defense that marijuana is not addictive, it in fact is. Many regular smokers find themselves ridden with very similar withdrawal symptoms of a tobacco addict (Marijuana Addiction Symptoms and Effects). Around 9% of people who use find themselves dependent on marijuana (Is Marijuana Addictive?). That may not seem like much, but that is almost 1 in every 10 people hooked on a drug that is supposedly

  • Marijuana In Marijuana Essay

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    Should Marijuana be legalized in Texas The controversy over Marijuana has gone back in forth for much time, but the growth of Marijuana use has grown rapidly throughout the years. With multiple states legalizing marijuana many people that live in Texas ask, why has Texas not legalized marijuana? Though this question goes often unanswered to many the difficulty of the answer will continue as well. A number of states have legalized marijuana for medical use only and the results of this have made

  • The Legalization Of Marijuana

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    VanZant Mrs. Blake Advanced English 9 4 March 2016 Legalization of Marijuana: Research Paper You’re living in the USA and there is much less debt and crime than there was previously; How may one ask? The legalization of marijuana will cause these things stated and more. It will also lead to lower prison populations, lower crime and increased tax revenue due to the taxation of an underground market such as Marijuana. Some believe that Marijuana causes harmful effects to the human being’s physical and mental

  • The Legalization Of Marijuana

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    Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in the United States. Despite this, Marijuana remains illegally in many states across the country. Legal drugs like tobacco, and alcohol are proven to be more deadly then marijuana. However, they remain legal nationwide. Tobacco itself is the second major cause of death in the world. The United States should legalize marijuana because it’s not as deadly as some other legal drugs, it’s already widely used, and it’s nearly impossible to enforce

  • Legalization Of Marijuana Devastated Marijuana

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    Passage 1: In the article Marijuana devastated Colorado, Jeff Hunt shares his reasons for not allowing Marijuana to be legalized nationally. He uses Colorado as a reference because Marijuana has been legalized in that state. The Marijuana Justice Act is the first action, taken by Senator Cory Booker, to legalize marijuana across the nation and Jeff provided extensive facts that negates the expectations Senator Booker had planned. He states that in Colorado the number of “traffic deaths, poison

  • The Legalization of Marijuana

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    Legalization of Marijuana Marijuana, the plant of the cannabis, has been around since the early 1900’s. Throughout history, marijuana has been used illegally, for both recreational and medical uses. Recently, marijuana has been used for medicinal purposes, like aiding HIV/AIDs patients, healing migraines and controlling nausea caused by chemotherapy. Today, there are currently 21 American states that have legalized medicinal marijuana including two states that have legalized recreational marijuana. Since

  • Medical Marijuana

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    States has had strict laws against the use and distribution of marijuana since 1937. (The Union, Brett Harvey) Federal and state laws on medicinal marijuana are very different from each other. Cannabis has a lot of health benefits, this is the reason California was the first state to legalize it for medicinal purposes. (How weed won the west, Kevin Booth) People in America have been getting arrested for the use and possession of marijuana since it was outlawed. Charlie Lynch was one of those people

  • Should Marijuana Be Legalized?

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    Analysis of Legalized Marijuana Josh Raabe Mountain Lake Christian School Abstract This paper will look at the benefits and drawbacks to legalizing marijuana by looking in at Colorado.The state made forty million dollars by taxed marijuana in 2014 alone, also Colorado saved countless millions because of the extremely lower amounts of marijuana arrest and court cases. It is not clear how having new recreational marijuana stores opening will affect the cannabis market, or businesses