Law and Legalize Marijuana Outline
Topics: Cannabis, Law, Legality of cannabis by country, Medicine, Victimless crime, Legalization / Pages: 2 (330 words) / Published: May 15th, 2014

Legalize Marijuana Outline
Legalize Marijuana Outline I. Introduction A. The pros and cons of the cost of legalize marijuana. 1. The jobs gained by legalized marijuana 2. Enforcement of the Consumption Laws 3. Enforcement of Agriculture Laws 4. Distribution of marijuana B. The jobs lost by legalize marijuana 1. The Border Patrols 2. The Street Patrols 3. Medical Drug Testing C. The moral issues of legalize marijuana. 1. Employment Restrictions 2. Recreational Usage II. The benefits and risk of marijuana use A. Medicinal uses of marijuana 1. Severe Pain 2. Anorexia 3. Muscle Spasticity 4. Nausea B. Side Effects of Marijuana 1. Cardio Vascular Problems 2. Memory Loss 3. Temporary Brain Impairment
III. The legalization of marijuana and the direct effect on crimes A. Legalizing marijuana in a controlled market. 1. Decreases both felony and misdemeanor crimes 2. Allows for government spending in other critical areas B. The negative effects of legalizing marijuana 1. Minors would have easier access to the drug 2. Fears of coming into contact with second hand smoke for non-smoker
IV. Conclusion

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