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  • Marijuana Should Be Banned And Criminalized Australia

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    Marijuana must be banned and criminalized all over the world. First of all, some people claim that marijuana relieves chronic pain and stress. For instance, it relieves bone pain, tenderness, and work tension. It is a truth that marijuana has an activity on relieving of the chronic pain and stress. However, marijuana also has many side effects and its use is contributed in cause of many diseases, such as lung diseases. According to Thu et al, “Marijuana is one of the causes which leads to prevalence

  • Easy Rider: Stereotypical Marijuana User

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    Jamie Balkin WRI 150 Blumenthal October 21, 2014 High Profiles: An Analysis on the Changes of the Stereotypical Marijuana User in Film “What Jefferson was saying was, Hey! You know, we left this England place 'cause it was bogus; so if we don't get some cool rules ourselves - pronto - we'll just be bogus too! Get it”? This particular quote from The Fast Times at Ridgemont High, epitomizes the 1980s stoner stereotype in Jeff Spicoli, and mocks the ability for stoners to rationale and their ability

  • Legalizing Marijuana In America Research Paper

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    Future of Marijuana in The United States of America In the United States of America there is one controversy rising above the rest on more ways than one, and that is the issue concerning the legalization of marijuana. If this drug isn’t legalized soon, thousands of people are going to unnecessarily suffer from the painful illnesses that plague them, while on another hand thousands of people are going to serve years in jail for what should not be judged as a crime. Legalizing marijuana everywhere

  • Recreational Marijuana And Crime Research Paper

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    The Legalization of Recreational Marijuana and Its Effect on Crime Rates LIT. REVIEW The United States of America has been identified as a land filled with diversity, with citizens and non-citizens from different parts of the world. Like any other nation there are different political, religious and cultural views that lead to major public opinions. These public opinions somewhat tend to influence bills that are passed and major laws in and country. Purely from a layman’s perspective

  • Voting Issues: The Marijuana Legalization Initiative

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    personal use of marijuana for persons who are 21 and older. However, the use of medical marijuana would require a doctor’s note. The problem with this issue however, is that people will being to use marijuana for either medical reasons or non medical reasons and get carried away and then we will have a bigger issue of people abusing and overusing this drug. By legalizing marijuana it will also create monopolies because the standards to this issue states that “ Marijuana and medical marijuana may be grown

  • Essay On The Pros And Cons Of Legalizing Marijuana

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    is to find out where the source was published. I searched and read through all three articles and they all came from an online source. The least credible source, Pros & Cons of Legalizing Marijuana, comes from the site, The second source, The Public Health Consequences of Marijuana Legalization, comes from the website, The most credible source, Legalizaion, Decrininalization & Medicinal Use of Cannabis: A Scientific and Public Health Perspective, came

  • How Does Marijuana Affect Social Health

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    Marijuana does not only affect your physical and social health, but it also affects your emotional and mental health. Marijuana acts on naturally occurring receptors in the brain called cannabinoid receptors, which then cause mood-altering effects. Mood altering effects are when you have dramatic mood swings and you can’t control your emotions. When you smoke weed, you start to lose feel of your emotions. This means that you start to become emotionless. If you are frustrated, angry, sad, or hurt

  • Should Texas Have Medical Marijuana Essay

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    Cancer and cannabis: Why Texas needs medical marijuana “I am using weed to help with my nausea. I feel much better.” Hearing these words from a terminally ill cancer patient at one of the largest cancer center in a state, Texas, where use of marijuana is still illegal was surprising. It was intriguing to encounter this sixty year old lady with terminal breast cancer, which had spread to her bones and other organs. After trying different therapies to help with side effects of chemotherapy drugs

  • Summary Of George Bierson's Marijuana, The Deceptive Drug Essay

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    Legalize It In 2000, George Bierson’s "Marijuana, the Deceptive Drug", was published by the Massachusetts News. Bierson concludes that marijuana is harmful in many ways, including brain damage, damage to the reproductive system, and weakening of the immune system. He also attempts to convince the reader that marijuana is a "gateway drug" that leads the users to venture into much harder drugs. I believe that research to support anything can be found if one is looking hard enough, but that the fallacy

  • Persuasive Essay On Prescription Drugs

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    Marijuana is the world’s most commonly used illegal drug. Marijuana, an illegal substance, people will dispute that it should be legal because of the great impact it would do for the country. There are other substances out in the world that are far more dangerous and have more toxins in them than marijuana. Marijuana has helped people with multiple illnesses more ways than people know. Marijuana has many factors such as, having less toxins than other substances, health benefits, and if legalized