Yes it should be legalized .Keeping outdated methods of prohibition has and most likely will never work. 18 + it of course will probably be taxed . I'm sure any marrijuana plants will also be taxed .
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And the more you use the worse your impairment. That is also a fact.
I already addressed this, I said as a society we want our cars, alcohol, pot etc and are willing to accept the consequences. The consequences are deaths and innocent deaths.We could ban all of those. Is it right that it is banned?
I see it the same as alcohol, both can be misused and tragedies happen because of its use, however we've accepted that fact. Mind altering drugs has been around for all of mankind and we as a society accept that to a point.Ok. Are you in favor of legalization in your state? Or is it already legalized and do you agree with the move or not?
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The Feds have no constitutional authority to make drugs illegal to begin with... if those of us who desire to live free from government interference in our lives would just fight with the main weapon available to us, i.e. the Constitution - we could handcuff the FedGov in pretty short order.
Not only should it be legalized but that fat **** tyrant chris christie, along with everyone at the DEA, should be restricted to a weed only diet
The real bitch for them, with the criminal record, is getting far enough in the job process to be granted a drug test
"And, the Ninth Amendment, in indicating that not all such liberties are specifically mentioned in the first eight amendments, is surely relevant in showing the existence of other fundamental personal rights, now protected from state, as well as federal, infringement."
Further, in any legal system worthy of the designation, you need a valid reason to *deny* rights. There simply is none when it comes to weed use. And **** any state that pretends otherwise
What's really offensive is it's a class 1 drug - highest potency and addictiveness, right alongside heroin. This is the relic of hysteria from a time when propagandist stories abounded of a mysterious drug inducing normally dutiful teenagers into killing their parents with an axe, and other such absurdities