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Legalize Weed Please

             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. Now, imagine that same drug.
             being banned from the United States. Yes, this drug is marijuana, Mary Jane, reefer, pot, green,.
             and the 420 cure. Since the 1930's the government has made this drug illegal for US> citizens.
             despite many attempts to legalize the drug. Many claim the drug is less dangerous and addictive.
             than other legal drugs such as nicotine and alcohol. It is true of someone drinks too much in one.
             night, death may be a result. If someone smokes too much marijuana in a night, they may just eat.
             a lot and go to bed. Legalization of marijuana should occur not only because of its harmless.
             recreational use, but also for its medical purposes, and because of the way it was wrongly banned.
             in United States in 1937.
             Marijuana is used worldwide by an array of people. It knows no bounds of race,.
             ethnicity, sexuality, or religion. Marijuana is the fourth commonly used drug in the united states,.
             surpassed by the legal drugs caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol (Goldberg 245). Compared to.
             caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol, the withdrawal symptoms of marijuana are insignificant. 80% of.
             Americans drink an equivalent of 2-3 cups of coffee per day (Goldberg 208). However, caffeine.
             is not only found in coffee, but in tea, soda pop, and chocolate. The effects of caffeine include.
             alertness, nervousness, anxiety, insomnia, and heartburn (Goldberg 209). It is has also been.
             implicated in a variety of cardiovascular conditions, and can increase the need to urinate and.
             cause dehydration. Caffeine can also be lethal, causing convulsions and respiratory failure after.
             the equivalent 70-100 cups of coffee (Goldberg 209). Caffeinism can also occur in caffeine.
             users. More than half of moderate caffeine users who stop using caffeine suffer from moderate.
             to severe headaches, irritability, depression, and insomnia (Goldberg 210).

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