Marijuana should be legalised (Marijuana boosts the economy if it were to…
Marijuana should be legalised
Marijuana boosts the economy if it were to be legalised
Legalisation may create steep costs for society and taxpayers.
The black market and organized crime benefit from marijuana legalization.
Legalization of marijuana is phasing out black markets and taking money away from drug cartels, organized crime, and street gangs.
Data shows that marijuana seizures in the US are significantly lower than usual which means that there is a minimal amount of marijuana within the black market and underground crime scene
Traffic accidents and deaths increase when marijuana is legalised.
Traffic deaths and arrests for DUIs do not increase, and may decrease, when marijuana is legalized.
Statistics and data show that traffic deaths dropped approximately 11% on average within the states that have currently legalised medical marijuana.
Majority of Americans support the legalisation of mairjuana
Legalizing marijuana is opposed by major public health organizations.
Although major health organisations oppose the legalisation of marijuana, the majority of the population is in support of it and the majority of the population is much larger than any public health organisation
Legalizing marijuana results in decreased teen marijuana use.
Legalising marijuana may also increases use by teens, with harmful results.
Age restrictions are able to be utilised meaning that Marijuana can only be consumed by people of 18 years or older
Legalizing marijuana creates thousands of needed jobs.
The United States has signed international treaties that prevent us from legalizing marijuana.
The US has already made cannabis legal in 10 states, which permits it to legalise it throughout all of the states
Marijuana is less harmful than alcohol and tobacco, which are already legal.
Marijuana still harms the health of users and people around them.
The smoke in which marijuana produces causes respiratory issues and damages lung tissue, the same applies for the inhalation of secondhand marijuana smoke.