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Should Cannabis Be Federally Legalized In The United States?
Cannabis should be federally legalized in the United States
Restricting use of marijuana violates
, which is considered a human right.
Legalization gets rid of the black market involvement.
Legalizing marijuana will free up space in courtrooms and prisons.
Cannabis has many positive medical applications.
Cannabis use after the age of 16 does not permanently harm brain development.
The prohibition on marijuana has led to negative outcomes.
Cannabis is already legal in a majority of the states, medicinally and for recreational use.
The legalization of marijuana has shown many benefits where it has been enacted.
Legalization would allow cannabis consumers to participate in a well-regulated market.
Cannabis can negatively impact health.
Cannabis is a gateway drug into more hardcore drugs.
Legalizing marijuana lets children think it's Ok to use at any age.
Legalizing cannabis increases cost for the tax payer.
Legalizing cannabis will increase deaths and accidents of those under the influence.
Organized crime and marijuana black market benefit from legalization.
Should cannabis be legalised for medical use in the UK?
Medical cannabis patients should be allowed to grow their own medicine.
All drugs should be legalized.