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    Thirteen states have enacted medical marijuana laws and programs despite federal prohibition policies against the use of marijuana. Twelve more states are in the process of following this trend and if they are successful in passing these impending measures, fifty-four percent of the United States will have broken federal laws regarding its use. The federal government maintains that marijuana is illegal, while the state governments assert that it is legal to use from a medical standpoint. From a public

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    Marijuana Should Be Legalized and Regulated

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    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 means that it has no medical uses and high risks of abuse. Many researches have

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    Social Stratification and the Decriminalization of Marijuana Socioeconomic status is one measure of social stratification that is demonstrated in the recent support for legislation favoring the legal use and possession of marijuana. Prior to the passing into law of Initiative 502 in Washington State, there was little legislative support for the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana. Preceding initiatives in Washington did not have the level of popular support that Initiative 502 enjoyed

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    elected prime minister of Canada, and the Liberal Party made many promises during their election campaign to better the lives of the Canadian people, economy and make a positive change. With that being said he and his liberal party promised to legalize cannabis. In this paper, I will outline the promises made by Trudeau, discuss why Trudeau and the liberals are making this promise, explain how the promise will be kept and provide information to shed light on how legalization is a good idea for Canada. Justin

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    Marijuana Laws: Prohibition Revisited

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    reasonable. The price of marijuana would also drop exponentially, because the dangers of smuggling and police raids will be eliminated. Legalized marijuana would likely to legal to grow as well, but require some sort of permit, or license to distribute. Just like any other... ... middle of paper ... ...0080205147/cannabis-news/marijuana-replaces-ritalin-in-treatment-for-add/adhd-video.html>. Jillette, Penn, and Teller "War on Drugs." Penn & Teller: Bullshit! Dir. Christopher Poole. Prod. Patti

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    herb and a flower. God put it here. If He put it here and He wants it to grow, what gives the government the right to say that God is wrong?” -Willie Nelson ("101 Marijuana Quotes: Funny, Inspirational, And Face Palms - Mary Jane 's Diary."). Once legal, marijuana was used for medicinal purposes and the hemp from the stem of the plant was even used in products such as paper, fuel, and clothing (“5 ways Hemp Will Change Our World”). As manufactured pharmaceuticals began to grow in the 1920s and 30s

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    growing plant thats is known worldwide. The plant also as “ cannabis” tends to give the user a mellow feeling with less stress associated. Like the United States, many other countries have also banned the substance leaving just a small amount that have some sort of recreational use. As of 2014, many more americans are deciding marijuana would be beneficial towards the country. Support for the drug has increased due to increase in medical studies showing the benefits of using medicinal marijuana (Introduction

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    It Is Time To Legalize Marijuana

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    to be inaccurate and unfair. Now that people are more informed, more connected and more vocal, the United States government should allow and even encourage more research of the dangers and addictive nature of the drug which will assuredly legalize medical use and possibly recreational use to benefit people and the economy greatly. This paper will discuss many topics pertaining to marijuana. It will begin by explaining the history of marijuana in this country. Then it will discuss public opinion of

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    has led to numerous social, economic, and political issues. An example of these issues would be states going against the federal government and legalizing marijuana in the states boundaries. Which brings up the main point, marijuana should be legal due to medical use in hospitals and in recreational use in daily life for economical purposes. Marijuana has been used as an agent for achieving euphoria since ancient times. The main purposes it was prescribed for various conditions including labor pains

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    Illicit drugs, narcotics and other psychotropic substances have always been a part of our society. And as a community of well intentioned and well meaning responsible members of the society, we have collectively been at the fore front of the fight against the illegal marketing and improper use of these drugs. We accept that the extreme practices as regards illicit drugs have had significant impact on our society and it is our desire and responsibility to eliminate or at worse minify the adverse effect

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