Medical marijuana is one of the most controversial subjects in politics. Marijuana may be an addictive drug, but it has many medical uses. Many patients found it very effective, which trumped any other drug, whether by prescription or over-the-counter. Medical marijuana should be legalized in North Carolina, but should be regulated, because it has helped people with diseases such as Glaucoma, cancer and any physical or emotional pain. Cannabis has been known to man since as early as 7000 B.C.
Marijuana Legalization “Legalization means control of marijuana is about to pass from drug cartels to shopkeepers and bureaucrats”. - Bruce Barcott- During we are growing, the whole world told that, drugs are dangerous and not good for our body. At this time as a child we do not surely comprehend the reasoning behind it, but we pay attention to the authority symbol anyway. During our childhood we are continuing hearing this stuff day by day. But when we got older we realized that some
How can States Ignoring the Legalization of Marijuana be controlled? Final Research Paper Should Americans be allowed to legally grow, sell, buy or ingest marijuana? Marijuana has become one on the most widely used drug in the United States. Marijuana has numerous uses including medical and recreational, but as of 2013 marijuana is illegal in the U.S. mainly due to ethical and public health reasons and due to non-stop concerns over criminal activities that surround this popular drug, production and
people were arrested in the USA for marijuana-related offenses alone. Marijuana, also known in the street as ganja, pot, weed, grass, dope, trees 420, and hulk is a green, brown, or gray mixture of the dried parts of the Cannabis sativa hemp plant that is highly being use by individual for both social and medical purposes. So the big question is, should marijuana be legalized and if so is it going to help or help America? In my opinion I do think that marijuana should be legalized in our today society
Legalization of marijuana has become an increasingly popular topic for debate in society with “sentiment in favor of legalization [increasing] by 20 [percentage] points in just over a decade,” bringing support for legalization to 52% (Dionne and Galston). The most common arguments for reforming current legislation are the following: enforcement wastes public resources, taxation can provide a new source of revenue, and enforcement of current laws is discriminatory (Dionne and Galston). It is necessary
capital of the United States of America is marijuana. One state that initially made marijuana legal for medicinal purposes, but has now consented to letting people use it for recreational use is the state of Colorado. The federal law is against the use of marijuana and yet these states have legalized it. The effects of this legalization range in numerous directions from health degeneration to a rise in crime rates. The main controversy over the use of marijuana is that it can be medically helpful in
The legalization of Marijuana in Colorado has been great news for every user over the age of twenty one, but has anyone bothered to ask the question, “What negative impact will this decision have on the children of Colorado”? The legalization of marijuana will increase the risk of use by adolescents and teenagers in our schools. We are sending a message to our younger generation that, we as a society are accepting and unbiased when it comes to smoking marijuana. As a young teenager myself, I was
When one approaches the issue of marijuana legalization, it is natural to wonder why the plant was made illegal in the first place. A short consultation of the internet can take one to the legislation that originally made its possession illegal, the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937. This act is historically regarded as the fruition of suspect business motives of William Randolph Hearst, Andrew Mellon, and the Du Pont family (Marihuana, 2010). Such legislation of the 1930’s, a time when the dangers of
Marijuana should not be legalized because it will increase health issues, its use will rise rather than decline, and taxation will result in economic failure. In recent years, however, society has become very moderate, and this is why society’s views can be swayed by the benefits of legalization. Nowadays, legalizing marijuana is not that big of a deal as it was in the 60’s and 70’s when hippies and peace organizations were advocating for marijuana use. However, if marijuana is legalized it has been
decades drugs have been one of the major problems of society. There are two views on the legalization of drugs: some people think that they should be legalized, the other group of people think that they must not be legalized. I support those who refuse legalization of hard drugs. Well, and what about marijuana? Whether you call it hemp, Mary Jane, hash, pot, juane, giggle-smoke, kef, weed, grass, ganja, shit, marijuana, it is still Cannabis Sativa, or Cannabis for a short form (www.encyclopedia.com).