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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Marijuanas Legalization In the United States the use of marijuana is illegal, but in some states is legal to use d and this have generated a lot of conflict between the people and government but it is legalized, it will make less violences between govt and people Should marijuana be legalized?. In my opinion I agree, because the cartel of drugs could weaken and lose a lot of money, veterans or civilians should have access to medical marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder and it can reduce the violence between the govt and the people Mexican drug cartels make at least 60 percent of their revenue from selling marijuana in the United States, according to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. The FBI estimates that the cartels now control distribution in more than 230 American cities, from the Southwest to New England. America's policy for almost 70 years has been to keep marijuana, no more harmful than alcohol and used by 15 million Americans every month . Sadly, U.S. officials refuse to even acknowledge that such a debate is taking place. Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske has said repeatedly that the Obama administration is not open to a debate on ending marijuana prohibition. One vet who uses it fairly frequently says it helps him concentrate on creative matters. He says he's not sure how much it actually helps his PTSD. He feels that is a matter of effectively addressing the issues causing the PTSD; in other words, marijuana or any other drug is no replacement for the hard work necessary in recognizing why something is troubling an individual. But, still, he feels marijuana is a responsible, positive factor in his life. The New York Times reported recently that a group of researchers want to launch a study on the benefits of marijuana for Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans who suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The question looming over the study is will a stubborn federal government mired in the Drug War allow the study to even get off the ground. Rick Doblin is the moving force behind the marijuana study. He has a doctorate in public policy from Harvard. For years, he has worked to legalize marijuana. Once he got his PhD, he set up the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in Santa Cruz, California. The study proposed by Dr. Doblin and MAPS would involve 50 combat veterans whose PTSD has not responded to other treatments. It would be a blind study with placebos. Marijuana should be legalized because it will cause drug cartel to weaken, Veterans Have Access to Medical Marijuana to Treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the government is in favor that it is good. This are many different ways why marijuana be legalized. Marijuana is a topic of significant public discourse in the United States, and while many are familiar with the discussions, it is not always easy to find the latest, research-based information on marijuana to answer to the common questions about its health effects, or the differences between Federal and state laws concerning the drug. Confusing messages being presented by popular culture, media, proponents of medical marijuana, and political campaigns to legalize all marijuana use perpetuate the false notion that marijuana is harmless. This significantly diminishes efforts to keep our young people drug free and hampers the struggle of those recovering from substance use disorders
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