Free Essays on Marijuana Legalization

  1. Legalization of marijuana

    2014 Legalization of Marijuana The Legalization of marijuana is slowly working its way into the United States. California was the first state to adopt this policy in 1996 when they issued Proposition 216, which legalized the sale of medical marijuana to certain patients. Legalizing marijuana has many...

  2. Legalization of Marijuana

    Legalization of Marijuana Several topics in modern day society cause controversy, but one topic that out ranks them all is the legalization of marijuana. The main argument is whether not marijuana should be treated the same as already legalized drugs, such as tobacco and alcohol. Many Americans use...

  3. Marijuana legalization

    Marijuana Legalization, Harmful or Helpful? The fact that there is an unregulated street drug that is used by millions is daunting to some. Marijuana is an illegal street drug that is not regulated by the federal government. This proves to be detrimental to marijuana users, and also serves an economic...

  4. Marijuana Legalization

    Your Name Professor Name Class Title Date The Case for Marijuana Legalization The legalization of marijuana has been a very controversial case for decades, with strong arguments on either side. For most of the 20th century and beyond...

  5. LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA

     Legalization of Marijuana Student’s Name University Affiliation Legalization of Marijuana Possession of marijuana, a drug scientifically known as “Cannabis Sativa”, is illegal in most countries in the world and has been since the beginning of its prohibition...

  6. LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIETY

    LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIETY NAME: THAM YE-JIN CLASS: ENGLISH 1-13 SUBMISSION DATE: 11th AUGUST 2014 Content Page 1.0 Introduction 2 2.0 The issue and background to the debate 2 3.0 The social significance of the...

  7. Legalization of Marijuana - Essay 2

    Marijuana is the most frequently used illegal drug in the United States of America, and also in many other countries. Some people use this drug for medical purpose, and most others use it for entertainment and pleasure. In the United States, using marijuana for medical purposes is legal in 13 of the...

  8. Economic Effects of the Legalization Of Marijuana

     ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA Prepared for MGMT 2200-014 Written Business Communication Prepared by: April 14, 2013 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Introduction 5 Background...

  9. Legalization of Marijuana - 1

    a three-pronged approach of prevention, treatment, and law enforcement. Illegal drug use is almost 40 percent less since its high point in 1979. Marijuana use is down almost 50 percent since its peak in the 1970s. Cocaine use is down by 80 percent since its peak in the 1980s. Although we are still challenged...

  10. legalization of marijuana. Essay

    Colorado voted yes on the legalization of marijuana for recreational use. A recent poll was released on Thursday through out the U.S., according to this poll the majority of Americans agree with Washington and Colorado and think that it should not be illegal to smoke the drug, marijuana. Attorney General Eric...

  11. The Legalization of Marijuana

    The War on Drugs and The Legalization of Marijuana Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the world. The word “marijuana”, referred to as “herbal cannabis” by the rest of the world, is the American term for dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis sativa plant (Caulkins 2012). The...

  12. marijuana legalization

    normal life, a medical prescription for marijuana. The strain of marijuana Zaki now takes is called cannabidol, and since taking his very first dose of the strand, Zaki has been completely seizure free. But what if Zaki did not live in Colorado where marijuana is legalized? What if instead, he lived...

  13. Marijuana Legalization

    Legalization Ariel Bryant Mr. Elsey ENC 1101 3/12/2013 Relieving pain, slowing the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, and fighting depression are some of the benefits  marijuana can offer patients, some studies claim. Now, a group of pot activists is envisioning a new benefit: legal profits. Marijuana...

  14. Marijuana Legalization

    Marijuana Legalization: Is America losing the drug war? (Name Omitted) Abstract America is losing the war on drugs. The time has come for a serious change in marijuana-related policy. Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug, and is also the least harmful. It is arguably less harmful than...

  15. Legalization of Marijuana

    Legalization of Marijuana The terms ‘weed’ or ‘grass’ strike meaning to many Americans. When thinking of these terms, they are commonly associated with having the ‘munchies’ also known as being extremely hungry due to the side affects of smoking marijuana. What most Americans...

  16. The Legalization of Marijuana

    Carlos Reyes Mrs. Schultz Honors English 10 2 December 2011 The Legalization of Marijuana and its Economic Benefits The legalization of marijuana, scientifically known as cannabis or hemp, is considered one of the biggest debates in modern American politics. The United States is currently in debt...

  17. Legalization of Marijuana

    Parker 13 December 2013 Legalization of Marijuana The legalization of marijuana would greatly reduce drug violence in cities, reduce spending by law enforcement, and taxation of marijuana would greatly help the economic system of the United States. Legalization is a large topic of debate in today’s...

  18. Legalization of Marijuana

    Legalization of Marijuana Marijuana has a history dating back many years, and has been used in various cultures in different ways. In recent years, marijuana has become a forefront topic in the world of American politics whether or not it should be legalized. Marijuana has been adapted to fit our lifestyles...

  19. Legalization of Marijuana and Other Drugs Around the World

    Legalization of Marijuana Approximately ninety percent of people today smoke, or have smoked marijuana. There are several names for this natural plant that is trying to be balanced out in Parliament. Given the street names of “Mary Jane” or “Weed”; the drug is being illegally smoked over all provinces...

  20. Marijuana Legalization

    Recreational Marijuana Legalization Marijuana legalization is a unique issue currently gaining momentum in America. Over 25 million Americans have used marijuana in the past year, 100 million have tried the drug at least once, and 14 million use regularly (“About Marijuana”). The growth, sale, possession...

  21. A controversial issue: The legalization of marijuana

    The legalization of marijuana is a controversial issue that has been debated heavily over the last couple of decades. Marijuana is a currently illegal drug made from the dried flower clusters and leaves of the cannabis plant, which is usually smoked to induce euphoria or “high” and to heal and soothe...

  22. Marijuana Legalization

    Their Own Decisions Regarding Whether Marijuana Should Be Illegal: How Should The Federal Government React? by Joseph Tutro originally appeared in the Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy in Fall 2013. In this article the author works to convince the audience that marijuana should be legalized in all states...

  23. Legalization of Marijuana

    advocates of the legalization of marijuana use insist that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol, foes of the idea dispute that either of these toxic recreational devices can be easily abused. Even though there are extensive pros and cons to the corroboration of the use of marijuana, 21 states (including...

  24. Legalization of Marijuana

    Legalization of Marijuana Student’s Name Petewa K. W University Affiliation K.U Legalization of Marijuana Since 1930s marijuana has been consider dangerous drug and thus considered illegal in most countries. Generally it has been considered harmful to human...

  25. Marijuana legalization

    Legalization Of Marijuana Out of all the fifty states in the U.S there are only two states that have legalized marijuana; Washington State and Colorado. Since these two states have legalized marijuana, the whole world has seen the great impact the legalization of marijuana has made for these two...

  26. Legalization of Marijuana-a Political Movement

    Legalization of Marijuana—A Political Movement Legalization of Marijuana-A Political Movement --“They lie about marijuana. Tell you that pot-smoking makes you unmotivated. Lie!! When you’re high, you can do everything you normally do, just as well. You just realize that it’s not worth the fucking...

  27. Legalization of Marijuana - tittle

    Jeremy Steinman Mrs. Difabio English 12 2/4/13 The history of Marijuana dates back many years, and has served every culture since the beginning of time. Weed, ganga, pot, hash, bud, and mary jane, have become apart of many peoples lives today across the world. This growing “green” movement has become...

  28. Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Ohio

    Legalization of Medical Marijuana The Cannabis plant, otherwise known as the marijuana plant, has been a topic of major discussion for decades. The one true question still remains: Should marijuana be legal? This question over the legalization of the marijuana plant has become a crucial issue. “Over...

  29. Legalization

    Legalization of Marijuana There are many problems in the world today Marijuana Legalization is one of them. There has been lots of controversy on Marijuana being legalized in certain states. Since 1996, 18 states have approved marijuana for pains and cancer use. Many more states should approve...

  30. Marijuana Legalization

    Legalization of Marijuana With the United States recovering from a painful recession, the fiery debate over the legalization of marijuana has once again come to the forefront of American politics. The arguments from both sides are valid and convincing. For some, it’s a simple moral issue. For others...