10 Apr '11, 3pm

More Evidence Suggests Marijuana Helpful in Cancer Treatment ...: ALCOHOL ............................100000. AL...

Sunday April 10, 2011, 11:59 am I think marijuana for medical purposes will be legalized. One problem with its use is that dosages cannot be easily controlled. Another problem arises if it is administered by smoking, since the medical community would not approve of inhaling the poison gases that result from burning. Consuming it in another way might be approved. I think it should be legalized for any purpose, because it could generate a huge amount of revenue in taxes. Law enforcemet wouldn't be wasting their time chasing after users and sellers, and paying to incarcerate peoplle. However, corporations might do who knows what to the plant. Monsanto would probably be trying to get in on the act! send green star | flag as inappropriate Why is this inappropriate? Send Report Cancel Your report has been submitted to Customer Service. Thank you. There was a problem submitting y...

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