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    The Global Marijuana March

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    The Global Marijuana March (GMM) is a celebration of peoples’ choice to engage in marijuana smoking and an opportunity to advocate the legalization of marijuana. The GMM is a march that takes place in many cities across the globe on the first Saturday of May every year. It includes peaceful rallying around powerful institutions in order to convey a powerful message in support of the legalization of marijuana. Since the GMM is celebrated around the world, the impact that it has on different communities

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    different from those held by the majority of society. Marijuana comes from the Sativa plant and the stems, seeds and leaves are usually brown or green. Marijuana can be smoked, from a joint, blunt, bong, pipe, hookah and handmade materials such as plastic or even food like an apple, it can also be baked into food and brewed as tea. Millions of people around the world use marijuana for spiritual, therapeutic and recreational purposes. When you smoke marijuana the THC goes into your lungs and into your bloodstream

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    Marijuana Subculture A subculture is a group of within a society that has its own shared set of values, norms, beliefs, interests that functionally unify them, and that are different from those held by the majority of society. Marijuana comes from the Sativa plant and the stems, seeds and leaves are usually brown or green. Marijuana can be smoked, from a joint, blunt, bong, pipe, hookah and handmade materials such as plastic or even food like an apple, it can also be baked into food and brewed as

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    decades, the United States government and anti-marijuana lobbyists have used misleading information and propaganda to demonize and keep marijuana illegal. The current laws regarding marijuana are fueled by prejudicial moral attitudes based on biased information, half-truths, and exaggerated myths of the danger it poses, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Once these misconceptions are removed, it is obvious that the legalization of marijuana poses less of a risk compared to already socially

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    Legalizing Marijuana

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    Are there advantages to legalizing marijuana in America? The issue of legalizing marijuana has long been a topic of discussion among state and federal government officials. Individuals on both sides of the argument vocalize great points for and against legalization. However, looking at the facts it would be very difficult to make a sound argument against the legalization of marijuana. Medical marijuana in California alone is estimated to be a 14 billion dollar a year industry generating millions

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    Marijuana Should Be Legalized and Regulated

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    Federal Government legalize marijuana and let the States choose their own path? A progressive thinker and realist would say yes. Cannabis possession and use, both recreational and medical, need to be legalized by Federal Government. It has to allow the States to decide whether they want it or not. Much of the modern marijuana problem happened after it was prohibited in 1937. Before that date, a few people used marijuana for recreation. Federal Government considers marijuana a Schedule 1 drug, which

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    Marijuana: A Lucid View on the Legalization

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    Although Marijuana is currently illegal and can also bring some harm to the body, it isn't any more harmful than alcohol or tobacco. It actually can be beneficial to the human body. In addition, it has the potential to have huge tax revenue benefits. That could be helpful seeing that the US National Dept is $17 Trillion dollars, and is growing. Legalizing marijuana may not get the US out of dept, but with marijuana popularity growing, there is no reason the federal government shouldn't legalize,

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    An Argument in Favor of Legalizing Marijuana

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    “There are 100,000 total marijuana smokers in the US, and most are Negroes, Hispanics, Filipinos, and entertainers. Their Satanic music, jazz, and swing, result from marijuana use. This marijuana causes white women to seek sexual relations with Negroes, entertainers, and any others.” This quote, said by Harry J. Anslinger (Then director of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics) was used with many like it to persuade congress to pass a bill against marijuana in 1937. Marijuana was made illegal in the US

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    A Paper on the Legalization of Marijuana

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    Granite Hills High School, argues that society, as a whole, will benefit from the legalization of marijuana. Terry supports his assertion by illustrating the various benefits that the legalization of marijuana can encompass such as help lower crime rates, develop the economy, and improve health. The author’s purpose is to persuade the reader so that more people will become informed of the benefits that marijuana can have on society. His audience is directed to anyone with an interest surrounding this topic

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    My Position of Legalizing Marijuana In American marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug with alcohol being first and tobacco being second. "In a government survey, 25 million Americans have smoked marijuana in the last year with more than 14 million that use it on a regular basis". (Normal, 2014) As one can see by the numbers of regular users, there is no need to solicit support for legalizing marijuana among Americans as the majority of the population all ready supports this legalization

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