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And it's not just for minor blemishes for pot possession, either.
As long as there is a spot of prohibition, there will be criminal organizations.
Some Say Illicit Sales Have Set the Canadian Pot Market Up For Failure. Will the Same Happen In the U.S.?
Will there be a surplus of weed if federal legislation passes?
Clarence Thomas: If the states are just going to regulate it anyway, what's the point?
And it's coming from both sides of the aisle, not just the one you'd expect.
Still doesn't mean you should do it.
Most of the 5,000 marijuana-related arrests from last year probably won't end in a prison sentence. Some won't even lead to a conviction.
Many consumers are snatching up CBD products that may not be all they're cracked up to be.
Allowing drugs like cocaine, heroin and meth to be produced and sold legally would create an inevitable financial boon for state and local governments. But that doesn't mean it's the smart move.
A new study shows cannabis smokers have higher concentrations of dangerous toxins like naphthalene, acrylamide, and acrylonitrile in their system than non-smokers.
With all the tech advancements in grow ops, and a valiant attempt to eliminate the stoner stereotype from dispensary storefronts, the American pot market has become a bit bougie.
All in all, legal marijuana would make just as much for governmental minions as prohibition has. It's just a matter of perspective.