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Legalize Weed Please


Word Count: 3573Approx Pages: 14Has Bibliography

 Imagine a drug that is less addictive than nicotine, safer to use than alcohol, and can even help in relieving the pain in cancer, glaucoma, and AIDS patients. ... Many claim the drug is less dangerous and addictive than other legal drugs such as nicotine and alcohol. ... Although this theory proves marij...

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The War On Drugs


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Thanks to the task force, drug arrests went up by 27%, and drug seizures went up by 50%. ... Many drug users say that the first drugs they ever used were the two socially sanctioned drugs, alcohol and tobacco. ... In fact, most drug users begin with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana, usually before they are of legal age... Controlled&...

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War on Drugs


Word Count: 4899Approx Pages: 20

Thanks to the task force, drug arrests went up by 27%, and drug seizures went up by 50%. ... Many drug users say that the first drugs they ever used were the two socially sanctioned drugs, alcohol and tobacco. ... In fact, most drug users begin with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana, usually before they are of legal age." ...

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war on drugs


Word Count: 4899Approx Pages: 20

Thanks to the task force, drug arrests went up by 27%, and drug seizures went up by 50%. ... Many drug users say that the first drugs they ever used were the two socially sanctioned drugs, alcohol and tobacco. ... In fact, most drug users begin with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana, usually before they are of legal age." ...

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Marijuana Rather than Tobacco


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Some medical uses include asthma sufferers, patients with glaucoma, even headaches. ... Nicotine is why my friends are still smoking cigarettes because it is the most active drug in tobacco and is highly addictive. Physical addiction is when the body"s metabolism feels it needs the nicotine to function proper. If a friend was trying to quit&#...

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Mary Jane


Word Count: 4953Approx Pages: 20

Thanks to the task force, drug arrests went up by 27%, and drug seizures went up by 50%. ... Many drug users say that the first drugs they ever used were the two socially sanctioned drugs, alcohol and tobacco. ... In fact, most drug users begin with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana, usually before they are of legal age." ...

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Should Marijuana Be Legalized?


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Proponents argue that the physical effects of marijuana and its level of addiction are lower than those of nicotine and alcohol, which are both legal drugs. ... The safety margin of alcohol, a legal drug, is 10; the safety margin of nicotine is 60. ... For example, when a person suffers from glaucoma, fluid pressure builds in the eye unti...

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Legalization Of Marijuana


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Marijuana does not cause serious addiction like alcohol and nicotine that are legalized drugs, granting the user the right to quite at any time without problems of withdrawal. ... Nicotine and alcohol are just as addictive as marijuana. ... According to Lonnelle Aikman, "œPreliminary findings show the drug may prove effective against glaucoma and asthma,&...

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Marijuana


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This is probably because tobacco has a 90% addiction rate while marijuana is less addictive than caffeine. Also, tobacco contains nicotine that may harden the arteries and may be responsible for much of the heart diseases caused by cigarette smoking. ... Glaucoma and multiple sclerosis are also illnesses in which marijuana is sometimes...

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Legalized marrijuana


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· Marijuana is very addictive and will lead to other drugs... Think of all the other things that are physically addictive such as nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol and are still legal. ... An agent which facilitates withdrawal in addictions to opiates and alcohol 12. ... Antibiotic In addition, marijuana has been shown to be effect...

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Legalize It


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Current laws have marijuana classified as a Schedule I Drug. ... In fact, marijuana has been shown to be half as addictive as nicotine with only one fourth the level of withdrawal. Its and its level (severity) of addiction equals that of caffeine (Drug War Facts: Addictive Qualities of Popular Drugs chart). ... Another common medical condition...

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The Psychological and Physical Effects of Drug Use


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Tobacco cigarettes contain nicotine which is a highly addictive. The addiction is usually based on genetics. ... Marijuana is a "œgateway" drug because it leads to the use of other serious drugs. ... Marijuana has been shown to give promising results in treating such diseases as eye disease glaucoma, suppressing nausea and vomiting in cancer patient...

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Should Marajuana Be Leaglized


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It also contains over 2000 other chemicals, such as tar and nicotine, which affect the body in negative ways. ... Another argument against the legalization of the drug is that users of cannabis would move on to using hard-core drugs instead. ... If the drug were legalized in Britain, it would be interesting to see whether the number of youths ...

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Pot, Why Not?


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" At the Center of Addictions and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia, the addictive effects of marijuana have been extensively researched (www.casacolumbia.org). ... Ranked from most to least addictive, heroin was first, followed by cocaine, and then nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine, which are all legal. ... Marijuana represents ...

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Drug Problem?


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By the "œDrug Problem", do they mean the proliferation in our communities of all illicit, mood-altering, physically dangerous drugs? ... There is no scientific proof that the prolonged use of marijuana exacts a greater physical toll on the user than the equivalent abuse of nicotine or alcohol. &...

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Legalization Of Marijuana


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"œThe current legal status of marijuana was established in 1970 with the passage of the Controlled Substances Act, which divided drugs into five schedules and placed marijuana in Schedule I, the category for drugs with high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use."... Among them are AIDS victims who find that marijuana stimulates their appetites&#...

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