• Legalizing Marijuana
    Legalizing Marijuana Abraham Lincoln once stated that, "Prohibition goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes… A prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government
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    Legalizing Marijuana Marijuana is a hallucinogen; its active property is THC. Marijuana is the most widely used illegal drug in the U.S., and is often the first illegal drug used by teenagers. Some states have legalized marijuana for medical purposes only. From a rational point of view, individu
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    Legalizing Marijuana Marijuana has been a topic of discussion and an issue for debate for decades and decades. It has become so popular in the last couple of years that rally groups have formed to protest and support the legalization of marijuana through out the country. As both supporters and t
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    Should our prisons be over-populated with inmates convicted of possession or distribution of marijuana? Could our economy be in better shape if marijuana was legalized? Does marijuana help cancer ridden patients cope with the side effects of the disease? There are a lot of things to consider on t
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    Legalizing Marijuana Arlene Robinson October 24, 2010 ENGL 107-1004B-34 Introduction For years, people have been debating whether or not marijuana should be legalized or not. Like every other drug, prescription or otherwise, it has its benefits and drawbacks. While there will always be indi
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  • Legalizing Marijuana in the Us
    Legalizing marijuana has been a great debate topic for many years, it has its pros and cons just as well as any other debated topic. I would like to discuss some important reasons why to legalize marijuana. I am for the legalization of marijuana in the U.S. because it would drastically reduce crime
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    LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA The debate whether or not marijuana should be legalized has been going on for decades. There have been no proven health risks involved or associated with the use of taking marijuana although it is most people’s assumption that it is dangerous because it is inhaled. Peop
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  • Legalizing Marijuana: the Definite Risks Outweigh the Possible Benefits
    Legalizing Marijuana: The Definite Risks Outweigh the Possible Benefits As a teen I hung around a lot of people that smoked marijuana, I also did it myself. However, I was part of the small percentile that didn’t like it. Being the one that wasn’t smoking anymore was aggravating. There was n
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  • On Legalizing Marijuana
    Marijuana is a psycho-active plant commonly known as cannabis, ganja, pot, or weed. Used by an estimated 167,000,000 people world wide; marijuana polarizes public opinion. With one side attempting to eradicate this psychoactive plant off the planet and the other striving to legitimize the plant. In
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  • Yes We Can-Nabis: the Advantages of Legalizing Marijuana
    Yes We Can-nabis: The Advantages of Legalizing Marijuana When a private enterprise fails, it is closed down; when a government enterprise fails, it is expanded. Isn't that exactly what's been happening with drugs? --Milton Friedman When addressing the issue of legalizing marijuana one must s
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  • Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana
    Running Head: Legalize to Minimize 1 Legalize To Minimize Heather Richardson ENG 122 Hope Phillips Umansky 01/23/2010 Running Head: Legalize to Minimize 2 Legalize to Minimize “The War on Drugs” is how they refer to our huge drug trafficking issue in the United St
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    Justin Lerner Crim 403 Dr. Krahl 11-22-10 LEGALIZING MARIJUANA The legalization debate over whether marijuana should be against the law, or accepted into the American culture is perhaps the most controversial topics in recent history. With surveys’ conducted from the Governmentâ€
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    Dasia Professor Michael WRD 104 9 May 2001 Legalizing Marijuana in California There is much debate on the issue of legalizing marijuana (also called cannabis or pot) in California of the United States of America. Since 1937, U.S. Congress has outlawed the substance but today, people are fight
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    Legalizing Marijuana The legalization of marijuana in the U.S. would drastically reduce crime in our cities and produce income for our government. But legalizing marijuana would cause much commotion and debate. Drugs are a major influential force in many countries all over the world. In som
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    Running Head: Legalization of Marijuana Legalization of Marijuana Armando Ruiz Kaplan University CM103-01: College Composition I-Effective Writing I for Criminal Justice Majors Legalizing Marijuana Marijuana has been here on our blue planet since the ancient times. In the past marij
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  • Cons of Legalizing Marijuana
    CON OF LEGALIZING MARIJUANA The right to legalize marijuana has been around for a long time. As the years passed people have brought back the issue of legalizing marijuana. And for this reason is why people are taking action to oppose the legalization of marijuana. Marijuana should not be lega
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    To Legalize or To Stay Illegal Should Marijuana be Legal? In the United States, there are many issues concerning the drug epidemic that individuals participate in. The use of marijuana, synthetic drugs, and other hard drugs is at an all-time high. “A large amount of actions to legalize th
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    Legalization of Marijuana Legalizing marijuana is a highly controversial subject in America today. Most people in the United States think the drug is very dangerous because it is illegal, and that is understandable. The problem is most people are not fully educated about the subject, in school and
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    Legalizing Marijuana Sociology Professor Dr. Madison February 16, 2012 This paper is submitted in partial fulfillment of the Associate of Science Degree in the HVAC program at Southern Technical College. I. Legalizing marijuana a. Debate on legalizing marijuana. b. Opinio
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    LEGALIZING MARIJUANA TAMEPKIA RAINEY SOC 120 LEAH WESTERMAN APRIL 2, 2012 LEGALIZING 1 The legalization of marijuana could potentially be beneficial to many patients who
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