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Should the European Union legalize marijuana?
The EU should legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use.
Legalizing marijuana would be good for the environment.
Legalizing marijuana would remove the feeling of wrongdoing, allowing people to experience better mental well-being when smoking.
Criminalization of cannabis is funding the organized crime syndicates in the EU.
Restricting use of cannabis violates
, which is a human right.
Legalising cannabis will increase tax revenue, as it will likely not receive an exemption from VAT.
While medical marijuana is legal in one EU Member State, people with the need for medical marijuana in another state are not being treated as equally as the people in legal states.
Legalizing cannabis will create more opportunities for research to be done.
Other currently legal substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and prescription opioids have far less positive impact on users health.
Legalizing cannabis will free up space in courtrooms and prisons.
Legalizing cannabis would end up with it being more accessible to vulnerable groups (minors, addicts, etc).
The European Union should not interfere with policies on a national level.
Cannabis use can lead to other, harder drugs and a life of degeneracy.
Legalizing marijuana would require a prior treaty change to give the EU the competences to legislate on marijuana policy.
Users who are addicted will be harder to find and help because the police will no longer arrest them, and so their problems will stay under the radar.
Cannabis can negatively impact health.
Legalization will hike up prices.
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