How can marijuana be legal for medicable purposes at the same time be federally illegal nationwide?
This paradox is weird for me to accept. Can America make up their minds on this issue?
Easily. It is legal by the state. However, the federal government has it illegal. The federal government must respect the state's wishes. Even so, the federal government has more authority and disagrees with the laws. It is not a clear road and there are plenty of issues in the matter. And no, America cannot.
It's as simple as this. The Federal Government is still searching for a way to tax marijuana. Whereas the state has already found a way through medicinal purposes. I agree its weird. America, "the land that I love" is GREEDY. So on this subject (and many others), America won't ever be able to make up it's mind. All just my opinion but, Great Question!
it's because people have been brainwashed into believing it is like herion or other hard drugs. people are basically ignorant to facts , so they will listen to what others tell them if it goes with what they were told before. i know people who still think smoking marijuana makes people crazy.
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