18 Legal Medical Marijuana States and DC Laws, Fees, and Possession Limits
Updated on: 11/16/2012 2:36:24 PM
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Two Sides To Everything
Like most stories they’re always two sides of the tale. One side may seem right, and the other may seem wrong. The fact still stands that they’re two or more differences in the matter of opinion. In the United States they’re some states that have legalized the use of Marijuana, and a vast amount of states that still outlaw the use of it within their territory. I believe Marijuana should be legalized by the vote of the people who live within that state. How come Alcohol and Tobacco (Which cause a great deal of physical, mental dysfunction to the human body) stay legal in all states, and yet still outlaw marijuana that causes no cancer or diseases what so ever? Some states have already began legalizing marijuana in their state such as: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington. These few states out of 50 are the only states that allow the use of medical...
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