1. Prohibition has ruined American lives for nearly 100 years. For nothing. Not a single good thing has come from it, and we have spent trillions of our dollars in the process. TRILLIONS.

  2. It was easier in high school for us to get Weed than it was to get Beer!! Making it legal will make no difference for access to minors, if anything it’ll make it harder.

  3. Unfortunately, the feds are in a perfect position wherein they can keep it illegal and schedule 1 in order to enforce stupid rules and still make $$$ from busting those who don't follow their stupid rules. Sad world. Don't think it's gonna change as long as backward-minded retards keep getting appointed as attorney general for drug control.

  4. Only by illegal drugs from a person you know like a friend or a family member they care if you get hurt or not 👍also if your drug dealer can't tell you the strand name dont buy it take your business elsewhere ✊ and remember to pray over your weed I do ☺

  5. Banning marijuana and making it illegal just ruins people's lives by putting them in jail for literally possesion of a gram or two. Making it illegal will not only waste the government's money, but be a big failure because it is so common and easy to buy it.

  6. this  segment features two people on the same side of the issue……………………….that's  not a debate……………………….you need two people on opposite sides Kennedy

  7. Let's look out the possibilities of following events happening when recreational weed gets legalized in California and other states If we draw comparisons with other states like Colorado and Washington, there are many chances of following: –

    1.There will be mixed dispensaries where both recreational and medical marijuana will be sold.
    2.It will lead to influx from neighboring states, where weed is illegal
    3.If we look at the tax regime followed in other States, medical cannabis will be available at a much cheaper price. (there’s 37% excise tax in Washington on Cannabis)
    4. People will still look out for medical cannabis for treating a particular medication and one-time MMJ card charge will not burn out pockets.
    5. There will be slight chances of abuse of recreational weed and traffic police will form stringent regulations
    6. Socially, the marijuana movement will gain wide acceptance and California being such a big economy will have wide implications on Schedule-1 status of Marijuana at Federal level
    7. State will accumulate more taxes and it will lead to more budget for education and other sectors

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