Should Marijuana Be Legalized? | Pros and Cons of Legalizing Medical and Recreational Marijuana

Should Marijuana Be Legalized? | Pros and Cons of Legalizing Medical and Recreational Marijuana. This video weighs out the pros and cons of legalizing …


  1. I mean I support the idea of using marijuana instead of opiates. But dude let’s be honest it’s so expensive that people would rather just get beer and cheaper street drugs. Here in Washington if you want good quality pesticide free weed it’s 40 dollars for 3.5 grams. That’s more then what you would pay when it was illegal….. meanwhile you can buy cheap street drugs for like 3 bucks or a bottle of rum for 15. Yah no thanks legalizing it just made me stop smoking so I guess they dude a good thing for me.

  2. This is a good effort, but is extremely superficial. — Suffice it to say that every "CON" argument is BS, and there is only junk science and lies that support them. – For instance the AAA Foundation is cited as an authority, but they have been rabidly prohibitionist from the beginning. You can't trust a word they say. — The REAL science and widespread experience, have shown marijuana has NO significant harms. ——– Marijuana is not alcohol. The preponderance of the research shows marijuana consumption is NOT a significant cause of auto accidents.
    In 2015, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, found that while drunken driving dramatically increased the risk of getting into an accident, there was no evidence that using marijuana heightened that risk.
    In fact, after adjusting for age, gender, race and alcohol use, the report found that drivers who had recently consumed marijuana were no more likely to crash than drivers who were not under the influence of any alcohol or drugs.
    Studies show medical marijuana law states have lower traffic fatality rates compared to states that haven’t legalized.

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  3. When put in food, it brings out the flavors.
    The "slow driving" is because everything slows down around you. And, it is an organic medicine… instead of those toxic medications that have harmful side effects (such as trouble breathing, loss of sight, risk of stroke, migraines, loss of hair, double vision, thoughts of suicide, serious damage to organs and muscles, and so much more)!

    Would you rather have a few side effects that you can get over from a plant or a list of them and have some be permanent?

  4. I appreciate all of the study you did on this issue. I'm one who does agree with using medical marijuana instead of opiods. And especially if it is more effective!
    Love your Illustrate to Educate videos! Keep it up!

  5. Thanks Dan! I believe medical marijuana is a safer alternative to harmful and addictive opioids, and often times more effective, too. I’d love to see all states legalize it for medical use.

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