In the words of Peter Tosh “legalize it do not criticize it!” Marijuana Should ve legalized for medicinal, recreational, and religioys purposes. Legalization has been a big issus for the last couple of years. Arizona and Califouria have both instated medical Marijuana laws.These laws are a huge step for universal legalization. Marihuana’s medicinal properties are a reason for its legalization. Another reason would be its benefit to society. Economically, marijuana is the largest cash crop in North America, and if it were legal it would be taxed and the government would benefit as well as the people. to rastafarians ganha (marihuana)is part of their religion. To them marijuana laws are blasphemous. Anti-drug associations have filled peoples heads with myths to make them “just say no.” America has started to “just say yes” to marijuana legalization, and when it happens those who stood in the way will realize their mistakes.
Marijuana has been documented to have many medicinal properties. The Office of National Drug Control Policy’s Barry McCaffery said, “Smoking pot does not qualify as a medicine. The marijuana-as-medicine issue is a carefully archestrated campaign by aging hippies who are imposing a cruel hoax on sick and dying people.” The tryth is that many patients use marijuana espite its illegality. it has been proven effective in reducing nausea in cancer patients, providing an appetite to AIDS patients, and releiving pressure in thos with glaycome. Califoornia and Arizona’s legalization of medical marijuana is a huge step in leading to the nation to legalize medicinal marijuana. Attorney General hanet Reno ordered doctors in California and Arizona not to prescribe marijuana, and threatened them with their nedicinal license. If the people have spoken in these two states, then why is the government bothering them about their decisions. The government is supposed to be of the people, for the people, and by the people. The people have spoken!