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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 MAKE MARIJUANA LEGAL Plan of Action to rectify this issue Ethical considerations Important and related information Citations Who to deal with How to inform the community I will start an organization that provides clear research proving cannabis should be illegal. We will try to get the attention of the public and work together with the Conservative party to keep it illegal. Although marijuna is already illegal, many of the youth can still grant access to this drug if they desire. Which means some of the youth will have a criminal record for possessing this drug. In order to prevent the government from legalizing cannabis, we will have to deal with the federal government because this issues impacts the entire country. To inform the community about this issue my organization will create a PSA, explaining the consequences of legalizing this drug and how it will negatively affect everyone in Canada. We will play this PSA on national television to raise awareness. If we were to legalize marijuana we will face many of the issues the state, Colorado had faced. The problems they had faced include, regulating cannabis baked goods, and a raise in drug-impaired driving. Also, our current prime minister Justin Trudeau, the one who strongly agrees to legalize marijuana; still has not decided if citizens should be allowed to plant it in their residence KEEP ILLEGAL Barton, Adriana. "Your Kid's Brain on Pot: The Real Effects of Marijuana on Teens." The Globe and Mail. The Globe and Mail, 16 Oct. 2014. Web. 16 Jan. 2016. < fitness/health/your-kids-brain-on-pot-the-real-effec ts-of-marijuana-on-teens/article21127612/>."Ending Cannabis-related Prosecutions Is a Moral Imperative." NORML Canada. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Jan. 2016. <>.Kane, Laura. "It Won't Be That Easy For Trudeau To Legalize Pot: Colorado Official." The Huffington Post. The Canadian Press, 25 Oct. 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2016. < ates-with-legal-pot-grapple-with-edible-treats-impa ired-driving_n_8382506.html>."Marijuana." Liberal. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Jan. 2016. <>.Ubelacker, Sheryl. "Pot Should Be Legalized, Regulated and Sold like Alcohol: Addiction Centre." The Globe and Mail. The Canadian Press, 9 Oct. 2014. Web. 16 Jan. 2016. < fitness/health/pot-should-be-legalized-regulated-an d-sold-like-alcohol-addiction-centre/article2099572 8/>
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