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    rack their brains to control drugs. In the past, people definitely held positive attitudes and thought the government should vigorously prohibit drugs and strictly crack down drug-related crimes. But the government’s prohibition of drugs turns out contrary to our expectation that drugs are more abused and the crimes following it also increase year by year. Therefore, people questioned the drug control of the government. “Legalize drugs-all of them” by Baird Vanessa. The author of this article discussed

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    Marijuana: Should It Be Legal?

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    argue that cannabis shouldn’t be legalized. They don’t know the positive factors of marijuana. The factors that can allow the economy to skyrocket. Marijuana should be legalized for three main reasons: as a crop, it’d bring in billions, it’d drop the crime activity, and marijuana has many health benefits. Marijuana As A Crop As a crop, cannabis would bring in more money than corn and wheat combined; around 100 billion dollars annually. The illegal market of it already brings in 10 to 100 billion yearly

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    On November 5th, 1996 Ballot Proposition 215 was approved which removed criminal penalties for the use, possession, and cultivation of marijuana by anybody who has a written recommendation from their doctor saying he/she would benefit from medicinal marijuana. In recent years, the use of recreational marijuana has increased. More and more adolescents and adults are using marijuana on a day to day basis and that number is only just increasing. Marijuana has become not a big issue in our culture. In

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    time comes to transport money to banks the owners of the dispensaries have to us... ... middle of paper ... ...ging in from 4.7 billion to $29 billion a year.” (Katel). Drug smuggling does cause violent crime and if Cannabis was legal in California it would decrease the amount of violent crime. The Mexican cartels are making billions of dollars when some of that money could be going to the state of California from tax incentives. The Cannabis Policy Reform Act of 2014 might not be on the ballot

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    Marijuana has been proven to be less likely to create crime, it can be used as a medicine, and isn’t any more harmful than most other legal substances on the market. It’s hard to understand why it is illegal. Legalizing marijuana would reduce the numbers in our prisons, help the country medically, and make money for the government by taxing the plant. Marijuana users are known to be criminals because of the law. People do not realize that the only crime most marijuana users commit is smoking this plant

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    that it invites a criminal element into the community. In theory, legalized gambling is made available to the public, the public gambles, people lose their money and go broke, and as a result turn to a life of crime to support their families and/or their gambling affliction. A community’s crime rate is bound to shoot up after the installation of any tourist attraction, e.g. a racino. While these racinos would attract predomi... ... middle of paper ... ...e of gaming legislation under the current

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    Legalization of Marijuana: Topic of Debate I am conducting an experiment to find the opinions of other students on this topic. The main question being asked is: Do you think marijuana and marijuana use should be legalized in the United States? To answer my own question: No. I believe it should not. Coming from experience, the cannabis plant is highly addictive. It becomes a crutch. When a person wants to “get away”, and not deal with their emotions, they smoke, to temporarily forget their feelings

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    Growing up in an underprivileged neighborhood, I've seen the good and the bad. Many persons, especially young black males and hispanics, have been put in the system for crimes that could have been avoided. If you are totally fine with liquor and cigarettes, then there shouldn't be a reason to tolerate the use of marijuana also. The adverse stigma of marijuana consumption has absolutely annoyed that it would appear that its, and since utilizing the pill is still illicit. The way that individuals who

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    Organ Sales Would Help to save Lives, End Violence” Anthony Gregory points out the legal sales of organs can help to save many lives. Although, his points are logical, it still leaves room for illegal crime. The legalizing of organ sales is unethical and can become a gateway to organ theft crime. I believe that once it is legal to purchase organs from recipients it will become a bidding war. The only person that will win this war, will be the person with the greatest amount of money. One of

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    What if a child had epilepsy but couldn’t use medical marijuana because the states wouldn’t allow it? He will be devastated, it wouldn’t be fair for him or the society. Medical Marijuana cures diseases and lets individuals control the prescribed medication and the amount they take. Should all states legalize medical marijuana? People should be allowed to use medical marijuana in the state without asking a government official for permission. Medical marijuana should be legalized because it will help

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