Pro-Legalization of Medical Marijuana
"Oh, Officer, you seem to have found my stash. Good thing I remembered my marijuana permit."
Although this statement may not be feasible in the United States as of yet, it has been in Canada for two years. In July 2001, the Canadian federal government legalized the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Since that time, the debate over marijuana usage has escalated in the United States.
Marijuana is effective in relieving nausea in AIDS patients, lowers optic nerve pressure in glaucoma patients, and is in general an intellectual stimulant. The old argument that marijuana use depreciates health and causes physical abnormalities has been disproven by recent studies. However, opponents of this measure now state that marijuana leads to criminal behavior, drug abuse, and drug addiction. Although these erroneous claims have been proven to be incorrect, right-wing conservatives have insisted upon the "moral backwardness" of legalizing the medical usage of marijuana.
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