Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

“Credible studies indicate that biochemical changes caused by marijuana in the brain result in drug-seeking behavior, which opens a gateway to other harmful drugs like cocaine, meth, and heroin. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) claims that drug decriminalization will lead to increased drug usage.
Those in favor state that marijuana has multiple medical benefits and a little recreational use doesn’t hurt anyone. On the other hand, there are regulatory bodies who view it as the society’s evil and therefore believe that it should be uprooted at any cost for saving the future of this nation.
What are your thoughts on it? Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?”

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8 Comments
  • AC French
    Posted at 21:32h, 14 October Reply

    Yes, I support legalization of marijuana for use as a healthcare aid and food additive. However, due to the trend of creating a variety of strains and often strengthening THC content, State and Federal lawmakers have a duty to promulgate regulatory rules (laws) intended to protect consumers. Standardization of sources, conditions, processes, analytical methods, labeling, educational resources for consumers, and the use of blockchain technology must be addressed from seed to sale. Existing legalized marijuana growth and sales industries should provide to Lawmakers their established practices and concerns in their effort to operate a safe and profitable industry. Consumers that legally purchase and use marijuana products that are legally sold should also have input into the process of establishing regulations.
    Just as the industries that produce alcohol, tobacco, medications, hazardous chemicals, cosmetics, etc. are manufacturing explicitly toxic (degree of toxicity is dependent upon method of delivery, amount of dosage, and individual wellness, and other factors) products intended for human consumption or application, and as pesticides and insecticides
    must meet or exceed Federal laws in an effort, in part, to warn the consumer of hazards – real and potential – to protect their health and environment, so must it be required that the Marijuana Industry do the same.
    The Federal Government should not continue to deny the real benefits (although not necessarily scientifically derived in government-sanctioned, controlled studies due to the restrictions of the strain(s) of marijuana permitted for use in such government-sanctioned/sponsored studies) to numerous users plagued with debilitating physical and mental health conditions – many of whom are Military Veterans – to which this Government has an obligation to provide an unrivaled degree of care that is not only to the benefit of the veteran, but to family, friends, and community of each veteran in need.

  • mark Thompson
    Posted at 16:12h, 04 October Reply

    this product is a good idea. I think that veterans can and will be helped by this. For one this is a all natural product. This has been proven to be safe. I feel that based on medical evidence this should be used for veterans, as a medical treatment tool to better help veterans.

  • Allen Moon
    Posted at 06:26h, 12 September Reply

    I would use it, if it would help with my PTSD, I can’t sleep at night,. Too many moments that scared the crap out of a lot soldiers under fire, fighting a war that was senseless, politically pushed by the government.
    I have nightmares, anxiety, nervous, restless sleep, sometime no sleep”
    I would use a good CBS OIL AS WELL IF I COULD FIND THE BEST KIND

  • Neil f. Davis
    Posted at 16:42h, 08 August Reply

    USE WHAT YOU NEED TO FEEL HUMAN AGAIN. DO NOT TREAT USE OF CANNABIS WITH SUBOXONE. WHAT A JOKE. WASTE OF RESOURCES. C. DEARBORN SOCIAL WORKER WASTEFUL. SOB. SAD BUT TRUE.

  • kevin joseph
    Posted at 09:13h, 17 June Reply

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  • Frank Faust
    Posted at 19:00h, 13 May Reply

    No we don’t need any more problems

  • Raymond Quesnel
    Posted at 20:08h, 10 February Reply

    I’ve been a medical marijuana patient over two years n ow and I can say it works. I have recurring flashbacks and sensitivities to certain noises and movements and get anxiety when put in that kind of condition but the marijuana really helps calm me down. We need to at least research it.

  • Robert
    Posted at 05:46h, 31 December Reply

    it might be a better place

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