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Tobacco And Alcohol Rain Forests
789 wordsLegally defined, marijuana consists of the dried leaves and flowers of the plant Cannabis sativa. Cannabis is one of the most ancient and historically important of cultivated plants. Hemp or Cannabis has been cultivated for at least 6000 years (Frank 3). On account of the many advantages that this multipurpose plant offers, I see reason to believe that it should be legalized, to the public, in all forms. The legalization of hemp would reduce the size of our overpopulated jails. As a result, mill...
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War On Drugs D A R E
1,652 wordsDrug prohibition is expensive, does not work, and causes more harms than the behavior it is intended to suppress, therefore the war on drugs should end and the legalization should begin. In 1999 alone, the government issued a whopping $ 17. 1 billion towards the war on drugs. Thats roughly $ 600 per second. According to the United Nations, profits in illegal drugs are so inflated, that three-quarters of all drug shipments would have to be intercepted to seriously reduce the profitability of the ...
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Legalization Of Marijuana Tobacco And Alcohol
2,156 wordsThere is a large drug problem facing the United States today, and this problem extends to all citizens. It? s not just the poor and the uneducated who are effected by this problem. The most largely used illegal drug in the United States is Marijuana, and thus is the drug law enforcement and the media tends to target the most, costing the taxpayers lots and lots of money. I will show you that Marijuana is not as large and evil as it may appear, and that if legalized the economy would be strengthe...
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Tobacco And Alcohol Alcohol And Tobacco
1,111 wordsWould Legalization Benefit Society? Would legalization in anyway benefit society? That is exactly the point that Benson B. Roe and William J. Olson tackle in these selections. With Benson taking the pro side and William taking the con side. In both articles they argue over the effects that the legalization of drugs would have on our American society. Benson says that drugs are no worse than tobacco and alcohol. William will actually agree with this and say that we should prohibit tobacco and alc...
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National Drug Control Number Of Deaths
988 wordsThe Legalization of Marijuana Marijuana, also known as Pot, Grass, Weed, Reefer, Joint, Roach, Maui Wow, Loco Weed, Mary Jane, (department of human services division of substance abuse) is one such substance that most people are familiar with. As this drug has leaked out into our society everywhere, one must wonder how destructive marijuana really is, and whether or not it can be controlled. Then again, the question may be, is it really destructive at all? One issue that has been controversial o...
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Long Term Effects Legalization Of Marijuana
2,439 wordsDescription: Marijuana Legalization Body of Essay: Everybody Must Get Stoned? Pot. Weed. Dope. Marijuana has many names and slang terms associated with it, and many perceive it to be the most widely used illicit drug in this country. Music stars are thrown in jail for possession of it. Movie stars are arrested for planting it. Non-violent drug offenders are in jail next to murderers. Some states allow people to smoke marijuana for medicinal purposes to make them feel better, while others are put...
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Day To Day Tobacco And Alcohol
1,079 wordsProfane language is used once every six minutes on network television shows, every two minutes on premium cable shows, and every three minutes in major motion pictures, according to a new study by the Centre for Media and Public Affairs? . Upon learning this information, one would make the assumption that profanity is another common attribute to our daily lives, such as brushing our teeth. But what is profane language? Websters dictionary defines it as being the condition or quality of being pro...
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