Marijuana

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  • Summary: Direct Democracy In Ohio

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    The issues on the Ohio’s 2015 ballot consist of the legalization of marijuana whether we should change to a direct democracy and if redistricting should be allowed. All three of these pertain to the greater good of Ohio and the greater good of the citizens. These are the three issues at hand. The first issue is direct democracy “usually refers to citizens making policy and law decisions in person, without going through representatives and legislatures.” This is an issue because in a direct democracy

  • The Ohio Voting System

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    bipartisan process. The second will prohibit monopolies created through initiatives, creating a backup plan for citizens if the initiatives are unfair. Lastly, the third issue is an initiative that would allow for the legalization and monopolization of marijuana, allowing for recreational and medical use as well as setting parameters

  • White Crime In The Media

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    Drugs and organized crime are everywhere. They are not just on the streets of the United States; they are in our homes. These crimes are shown on television in almost every home in America. Television programs causally show recreational drug use and many popular shows are based around violence. In the media today drug usage and organized crime groups are not portrayed evenly among the races of the United States. There is a distinct difference in the portrayal of a black person doing drugs and and

  • Pot Surgeon Ad Analysis Essay

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    effect of smoking marijuana? Partnership for a Drug-Free America’s “Pot Surgeon” is an advertisement made in the 1980’s that targets the negative aspects of the use of marijuana. The advertisement has a lot of debatable components that can make its purpose a tad bit obscure, which is why I have chosen to analyze it. The “Pot Surgeon” demonstrates that the writers want to scare the viewers who use and are for the legalization of marijuana to be against the legalization of marijuana. The writers use

  • Summary: Direct Democracy In Ohio

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    The issues on the Ohio’s 2015 ballot consist of the legalization of marijuana whether we should change to a direct democracy and if redistricting should be allowed. All three of these pertain to the greater good of Ohio and the greater good of the citizens. These are the three issues at hand. The first issue is direct democracy “usually refers to citizens making policy and law decisions in person, without going through representatives and legislatures.” This is an issue because in a direct democracy

  • B Gateway-Drug Theory

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    recreational gateway drug. A gateway drug is a one that serves as a bridge to the use of significantly more dangerous drugs, such as heroin and cocaine. Even New Jersey’s Governor, Chris Christie, in a state that supports medical marijuana use, continues to refer to marijuana as a gateway drug. Proponents of the gateway-drug theory are of the belief that drugs such as cannabis cause a chemical desensitization, making its users crave and seek out harsher substances. Studies have been performed that

  • Competency Assignment Analysis

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    I appreciate your efforts to draft the first part of your competency assignment. You seem to have provided an interesting account of marijuana history and I learned a great deal from what you have presented. With this said, the paper is underdeveloped and requires revisions if you want to do well on the final competency assignment. I have provided copious feedback and suggestions on your draft but will summarize here the main points below. First, your paper would benefit from reorganization

  • Fate Of Cannabis Persuasive Speech

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    you to spend your entire life using marijuana but I’m asking you to improve America as a whole. Natural plants and remedies were always a source of medicine for thousands of years. Since the dawn of time in fact. Many drugs we take today come from plant extracts and chemicals produced by plants. Majority of most pain killers the world come from opioid plants. Yet thousands of diseases can’t be cured by plants. So why not cure the ones that can. Medical marijuana is used

  • Pros And Cons Of Legalizing Drugs

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    he drug is a medicine or a substance involving habituations and addiction which cause toxic state taking long-term use. In addition, drug possesses powerful alleviation of pain and anesthesia effect. There are many different drug laws around the world. Both Jamaica and Portugal decriminalized the possession of any drug. On the other hand, Uruguay made the drug legal to grow, consume and sell the plant. Furthermore, the United States and Columbia allowed a portion of drugs for medical purposes. The

  • Student Substance Abuse

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    has caused regret through my life the last few years. So, it was one of the first basketball games of the season, our team, was just beginning to play well and my friends and I were excited for the game. One of my friends suggested that smoking marijuana before the game, which would have been exciting on its own,