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Legalization of Marijuana (why america should NOT allow it)
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Abstract There are various debates surrounding the legalization of Marijuana in America. Proponents of its legalization deem that the drug is a source of income and more importantly, it has medicinal values. However, it is very clear that Marijuana accelerates health problems already in the system rather than managing them.
As a result, there has been heated debate on whether to legalize it in America with its proponents claiming that it has medicinal values that might prevent some major diseases. Due to this, it was in 1970 that the Food and Drug Administration carried out thorough survey to establish its properties at the University of Washington. The results of the research indicated that the structure of Marijuana was very complex and it would take many other years of extensive study to establish its genuine medical values (Vaughn, 1). In 1972, the US Congress situated marijuana in Schedule one of the Controlled Substances Act since they deemed it to have no genuine medical values. From that time onwards, many states of the United States has taken a step further of legalizing the medicinal use of Marijuana (ProCon.org, 1). Marijuana is a brown, green, or gray mixture of desiccated, grated leaves, stems, seeds, and flowers of the hemp plant, which contains a chemical referred to as tetrahydrocannabinol. All forms of marijuana alter the normal functioning of the brain. One of the major characteristics of Marijuana is that it is very addictive. In this regard, studies indicate that doctors have diagnosed more teens with Marijuana that with any other abused drug including alcohol (Above the influence.com, 1). ...
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