Essay On Why Marijuana Should Not Be Legalized

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“Why is marijuana against the law? It grows naturally upon our planet. Doesn 't the idea of making nature against the law seem to you a bit … unnatural?” -Bill Hicks, (Marijuana Bill Hicks, GoodReads). The human being have used marijuana in the past and present. People have used marijuana in many different ways this being to help himself or others. Marijuana has many advantages and disadvantages depending where you live that affect millions of people every day and also the US. People that live in states that marijuana has not been legalized yet do not have the same advantages and the people from other states that can smoke it freely because it 's legal. Marijuana is the most important (human theme) impacting American lives. There are clear …show more content…

Also liberty because we should be free to do whatever we want while we are not hurting anyone and there has been no recorded deaths to cause of marijuana only to the person that consume it. One connection that I can do in general to marijuana is Alcohol. From 1920-1933 alcohol was banned in the US but before that time it was legal and then after that time they decided to legalize it again. Legalization of marijuana has no connection with my life since I don 't live in the US and also I don 't use marijuana. In conclusion Marijuana is something you can prosper from in its search. The hops for the people that smoke weed is that it will make them feel better and help them in their life. The main reasons for its illegalization were racist beliefs and false statements. It has been used as a medicine since an ancient asian dynasty used it. “They lie about marijuana. Tell you pot-smoking makes you unmotivated. Lie! When you 're high, you can do everything you normally do just as well — you just realize that it 's not worth the fucking effort. There is a difference”, ― Bill Hicks, (Marijuana Bill Hicks,

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