What if marjuana was legalized?
If Marjuana was leagalized do you think the government will water it down in so many words.
Then it will be like a regular cigarette -- sold in packs in your local grocery store.
Nah i dont think so i think it will be charged more than cigarettes because if its only a plant that isnt harmful then anybody will be able to buy them not just 18 and over.
It is legalized in Michigan as a prescription drug. I know of one person who uses it as such and he says it was very effective at first, but now its effectiveness is fading. I don't see the purpose of legalizing it. We have many other drugs to help with the effects of pain etc. As a recreational drug, I feel it is completely unnecessary.
If marijuana were legalized we would probably have a lot of really mellow people out there...lol. It would be very interesting to see if the government would tax the hell out of it though...my bet would be that they would indeed.
Why stop with weed? If you legalize all drugs, meth will disappear completely. Crack may even go away on its own too. We won't need the DEA anymore, which will save the government a bundle of money. There would be about half as many people going to prison. Addicts could be properly weaned off drugs in hospitals. There might be a few more car wrecks, but not as many as alcohol produces. I think things would be ok.
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