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- A recent national survey of voters found that 34% — one third of the voting adults in the country – acknowledged having smoked marijuana at some point in their lives(NIDA,1).
- Today, voluntary euthanasia is getting closer to being legalized in more than just one state in the United States. ??Voluntary? euthanasia means that the act of putting the person to death is the end result of the person?s own free will? (Bender 19). ? Voluntary euthanasia is an area worthy of our serious consideration, since it would allow patients who have exhausted all other reasonable options to choose death rather than continue suffering? (Bender 19).
- Yet, even after knowing this many people want illegal drugs to be legalized in every aspect. The last thing we need is a policy that makes widely available substances that impair memory, concentration and attention span; why in God’s name foster the uses of drugs that make you stupid? The campaign for drug legalization is morally disgusting.
- It says that Arizona’s doctors can prescribe marijuana, heroin, and LSD for patients when there is “medicinal value” (California ). The passing of these two propositions has also helped the release of prisoners convicted of drug possession (—).
- When Olympic officials decided to give snowboarder Ross Rebagliati his gold medal back, the cheers drowned out the boos. It was a minor scandal involving a minor sport, but it spoke volumes about the world’s shifting relationship with its favorite illicit drug.
- There is no denying that the drug problem in our country today has reached epidemic proportions. The problem has gotten so out of hand that many options are being considered to control and/or solve it. Ending the drug war may not seem to be the best answer at first, but the so-called “war on drugs” has actually accomplished very little.
- Pro marijuana legalization groups such as the Physician’s Association for AIDS Care, National Lymphoma Foundation argue that marijuana should be legalized in order to treat terminally ill patients. Among them are AIDS victims who find that marijuana stimulates their appetites so they can fight off dangerous emaciation; glaucoma sufferers who have used marijuana said it has prevented them from going blind, and cancer patients for whom it alleviates the severe nausea that is often accompanies chemotherapy and sometimes makes lifesaving treatment impossible.
- The topic of marijuana legalization has been a topic of debate for many years. There are different sides to almost any issue. It is very confusing to determine who is telling the truth in today s society. One source is saying that marijuana is not any worse than alcohol (Herer 11), but at the same time others say that it can be detrimental to one s state of physical wellness.
- Since 1937, the possession, sale, and use of marijuana in the United States of America has been illegal. Ratified after only ninety seconds of floor debate in the House of Representatives, the bill that criminalized marijuana was based mostly on unfounded myths and exaggerated rumors.
- Drug legalization is an enduring question that presently faces our scholars. This issue embraces two positions: drugs should not be legalized and drugs should be legalized. These two positions contain an array of angles that supports each issue. This brief of the issues enables one to consider the strengths and weakness of each argument, become aware of the grounds of disagreement and agreement and ultimately form an opinion based upon the positions stated within the articles.
- The legalization of drugs has always been a problem in the United States. Some people agree with the Idea of legalizing drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and many others. These people argue that with the legalization of these drugs the crime rate and other social problems would reduce.
- The purpose of this paper is to discuss marijuana and compare the issue of legalizing it from both sides. We have two factions fighting each other, those who are pro-marijuana and those who are anti-marijuana. These two factions have been fighting on this issue in the halls of justice for years.
- ?The freedom to marry has long been recognized as one of the vital personal rights essential to the orderly pursuit of happiness by free men.? (Homosexual [Same-Sex] Marriages; All sides of the issue). The recent decision by the Vermont Supreme Court on same-sex marriages has raised many issues.
- America was founded on hemp. The first American flag and the Declaration of Independence were made from hemp fiber. At about the turn of the 0th century companies like DuPont, who developed chemicals to allow trees to be processed into paper, began to eliminate the need for hemp.
- people feared the effects of it and wanted to stop the growth and importation of it. Congress passed the Marijuana Tax Act, which “requires all persons who import, manufacture, produce, compound, sell, deal in, and dispense pay a graduated occupational tax.
- I believe that the State and Federal governments should legalize hard drugs. The legalization of hard drugs will benefit many people for many reasons. First of all, there will no longer be a black market for illegal drugs, which will minimize the nation s crime scene significantly.
- emaciation. Marijuana reduces tremors, restores balance, stops muscle spasms, restores bladder control, and restores speech and eyesight for multiple sclerosis patients. It can even prevent epileptic seizures. It can also alleviate pain and sometimes stop the progression of glaucoma because it reduces intraocular pressure.
- Marijuana is the flower of the cannabis plant, and if smoked, gives the smoker an euphoric high, but really has much more to offer than just the high. Using marijuana and the growing of hemp are presently illegal in the United States, with the exception of medicinal uses in some states.
- ?Would legalization of gay marriage be good for the gay community?? Sam Isaacson wrote an article analyzing the opinion of the gay community on legalizing same sex marriages. It is somewhat of a controversial issue with the gay community whether or not marriage is a good thing.
- Drug use is becoming more common today than in recent years. Almost anywhere we look, we can find some relation to drugs or drug paraphernalia. In fact, 63% of you stated in my survey that you had smoked marijuana in the past. That number is scary, since 81% of you are under 25 years of age and have your whole lives ahead of you.