Stricter federal laws must be made, and more money put to enforcing them
Give individual states the right to decide how to go about it
Legalize it through a federal law
Give states the right to decide about it as long as they abide by certain Federal guidelines
It seems that the solution needs to be prohibition of lighters and matches.
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
Drugs are bad, prohibition is worse
I don't know all of the intricacies of marijuana, but I do have an uncle and two cousins who routinely smoke it. I love my uncle, and he has a huge heart, but his memory, I think, is going by the wayside from 20+ years of smoking not only marijuana but cigarettes. My cousins don't smoke cigarettes, yet they have been doing marijuana since they were, what, 12-13 years old?
From my point of view, I hate toxins entering my body, and would never allow anything of that nature to harm my intellect. It's true. To make matters worse, my uncle owns his own painting business, which, after 20+ years of inhaling paint fumes, I think that has harmed his memory as well. I guess from my standpoint, and my emphasis on learning, studying, and intelligence, I naturally dislike anything that harms the body/brain, and robs me of my senses. So no, I don't smoke marijuana, and I don't eat it, either.
I think you can still suffer brain damage [some] from eating THC products, like THC butter, of which, amusingly, I witnessed firsthand my cousins make. I honestly don't know, and I doubt THC-free marijuana products, for the taste alone, are in circulation..