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  • Thesis on Legalization of Marijuana

    through the Legalization of Marijuana. Embracing cannabis for personal‚ medical‚ and industrial use will encourage economic growth and stability. The war on drugs in America consumes millions of dollars annually. Associating taxes in conjunction with eliminating risk of illegal activity will increase consumer confidence whereas the ease of growing requirements will boost substantial profit. American economy can attain prosperity through Marijuana legalization. The history of Marijuana embargo is rich

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    Legalization of Marijuana English Composition   There is a great debate as to whether or not marijuana should be legalized. It is a very heated topic but one that has already seen changes this year. If marijuana were to be legalized nationwide‚ not just for medical use‚ many changes could happen in this country. The legalization of marijuana could not only help create jobs‚ but end our countries debt crisis. Medical marijuana is already legal in many states and many more are trying to get

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    Outline Form INTRODUCTION: Topic: Legalization of Marijuana Issue: Should Marijuana be legalized in the United States? Thesis Statement: Marijuana should be legalized in the Unites States because it will save tax payers money‚ reduce drug related crimes‚ and relieve the suffering of many terminally ill patients. BODY PARAGRAPHS: I. Topic Sentence that supports the thesis: Making Marijuana legal will save the U.S. government and the average tax payer a lot of money. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

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    Thesis Statement: My persuasive speech is on the topic of Marijuana Legalization. When some people hear this their mind immediately refers backs to the "Reefer Madness" phobia. Back in the 1930’s the government came out with movies and advertisements that would show people going nuts from smoking pot. They would show the smokers having recreational and unsafe sex with everyone and people trying to kills themselves and others. The movie is a cautionary tale called "Reefer Madness" and is the source

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    Thesis Statement: The legalization of marijuana in the U.S. would drastically reduce crime in our cities and form a more productive society through its positive uses. II. The concentration on governmental spending to enforce marijuana laws. A. Examples of governmental spending. B. Solution to the governmental spending. C. Sources on spending. D. Quotes concerning over spending. E. In-depth explanation about spending. V. The basic information concerning marijuana

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    Legalism and Marijuana People have been smoking marijuana for thousands of years while also using hemp for everything from fabric to make clothes and other items. Unfortunately‚ Harry J. Anslinger with a bit of power and enough determination decided pot was evil and addictive. The struggle continues to this day to overcome the lies about marijuana (“Marijuana (Weed) History and Facts”). There are many benefits to legalizing marijuana and the government should take advantage of it. Marijuana is even

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    Legalization of Marijuana Thesis Statement: Marijuana was first made illegal based on facts that have now been proved wrong and many people believe it is finally time to rightfully legalize it. Many people say that marijuana should stay illegal‚ but is that really the best option? Two states in the U.S have already legalized marijuana for recreational use – Colorado and Washington. An additional eighteen states have legalized it for medical use. Also‚ all of Canada has legalized it for medical

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  • Marijuana Legalization

    body­   they  have  just  ingested  marijuana​ .  Marijuana  has  successfully  hit  mainstream  America  in  the  past  four  decades  and  the  prohibition  of  marijuana  has  been  a  continuous  debate  through  America​ .  The history of marijuana began in the 1700’s and the use of  it  back  in  history  was  all  beneficially  used​ .  Until  recently‚  extraneous  research  has  been  committed  to  the  side  effects  and  health  benefits  of  marijuana  that conclude two sides​ . One side 

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    teacher) "YES to MARIJUANA IN PHILIPPINES" I. Introduction Marijuana is a topic of significant public discourse in the United States‚ and while many are familiar with the discussions‚ it is not always easy to find the latest‚ research-based information on marijuana to answer to the common questions about its health effects‚ or the differences between Federal and state laws concerning the drug. Confusing messages being presented by popular culture‚ media‚ proponents of “medical” marijuana‚ and political

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    Marijuana Legalization COMP 1500 April 20th‚ 2009 Word Count: 807 Outline I. Introduction Thesis Statement: Although America is the land of the "free" you do not really have too many "free" choices you can make. Americans should have the right to choose whether or not marijuana should be legal. II. Background III. The tax benefits that can be created A. If legalized they can tax it how ever much they want B. Can be regulated IV. Drug enforcement money can be diverted

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