Marijuana Essays

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  • Persuasive Essay On Marijuana

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    Blowing smoke; marijuana should be fully legalized The consumption and distribution of marijuana have been two very controversial subjects throughout the last century. Although some people may claim that the use of cannabis for recreational and medicinal purposes should be illegal due to safety, legalizing and decriminalizing marijuana would drastically reduce crime rates, help people suffering from chronic illnesses, and create a significantly higher amount of potential tax revenue to bolster

  • Argumentative Effects Of Marijuana

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    Topic statement: “The usage of Marijuana adversely effects cognitive development in adolescence” Verdict: Research based Justification: Study 1: Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services conducted a research on the subject and the following is what they found- One of the most commonly used drugs by teens is Marijuana. It is basically a mixture of dried leaves, stems seeds and flowers that is used to smoke, although it is also used in baked goods and other foods. According to this research done

  • Persuasive Essay Marijuana

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    dried up flower with seed its natural and help with health problem and economy issues.Scientists started to discover that marijuana can significantly help people that have become ill and it can stop crime from happen and help people with sickness. Now being a adult and having my own personal experience with the drug and knowing its effects and what it do to the body. Marijuana has been proven to provide a very positive impact on the society today for many different reason.Some of these reasons are

  • Informative Speech On Marijuana

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    Topic: Marijuana legality. General Purpose: To inform my audience. Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience about why marijuana should become legal. Organizational Pattern: Topical Order. Central Idea: Nowadays, there are many studies show that marijuana may got many benefits advantages in terms of medical aspect. Thus, it is justified for marijuana to become legal. Main Point - Better solution for drug users - Medical treatment I. Introduction A. Attention getter - Talking about marijuana, you might

  • Marijuana Argumentative Essay

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    To some people, it’s a relaxing herb, something to temporarily pull the mind off reality. Others view it as a harmful drug with numerous side effects. Marijuana, also known as Cannabis or weed, is one of the most controversial drugs worldwide. It comes from the Indian hemp plant, and the part that contains the “drug” is found primarily in the flowers. When sold, it is a mixture of dried out leaves, stems, flowers and seeds of the hemp plant; it is usually green, brown or gray in color. With a few

  • Persuasive Essay On Marijuana

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    We should take concern of the capability marijuana has by affecting people’s lives in a harmful and dangerous manners. According to international marijuana statistics, over 158.8 million individuals around the globe consume marijuana. Resulting, the substance being stupendously nation wide. Therefore, Marijuana should not be legalized in California for any recreational use due to the danger of public safety, damaging both physical and mental health of an individual, along as not meeting the standards

  • Persuasive Essay On Marijuana

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    trouble with the law due to marijuana? Or is your state in any sort of debt? Most likely, one of these questions pertains to you. But, did you know that all of these issues can be fixed if marijuana was legalized in all 50 states? Although many people think that marijuana is a horrible drug, there any many benefits that we as American’s can receive from marijuana. Whether it be from taking the drug yourself, or just supporting it in general. First of all, marijuana has been proven in many, many

  • Persuasive Speech On Marijuana

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    overcrowded in the U.S and if nonviolent marijuana smokers were let out it would decrease prison population by over 3%. When they get out they can go to rehab and get over their addiction. The government could save money convicting prisoners and keeping them in jail. Fewer law enforcements would be required in prisons. A Prison Population There are about 537,000 non-violent marijuana possessors put in American prisons every year. By legalizing marijuana we could get all of these people out of

  • Argumentative Essay On Marijuana

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    Seijo English 10 4 February 2014 Marijuana In 1919, alcohol was made illegal across the United States with the goal to better people’s lives and make society safer. During the fourteen years that the prohibition lasted, crime rate nearly doubled, unemployment rose, and tax revenue decreased. Eventually the ban on alcohol was repealed because of its negative impact on the economy and society. Now fast forward to the year 2015, where a common substance known as marijuana is illegal. It was made illegal

  • Argumentative Essay On Marijuana

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    According to Bernie Sanders, “It is time to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol. It is time to end the arrest of so many people and the destruction of so many lives for possessing marijuana”. This argument is important because marijuana is considered a "gateway drug," which has not been scientifically proven. Many people have tried marijuana or at least know someone who has attempted to smoke weed. A person most likely does not know as much as they think they know about what it is or the effects