Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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Is It Time To Stop Using The Word Marijuana?

The term marijuana, a term so common and accepted that it has even found itself in modern legislation, is a word that many say should be canceled for good.

Cannabis Decriminalization Beneficial To Blacks, New Study Finds

African Americans are nearly four times more likely to get arrested for marijuana possession laws than whites.

Retired New York Prosecutor Doesn’t Mention Drug War In NY Post Op-Ed On Black Lives

The long-term effects of marijuana legalization on public order can be seen in the Netherlands, where marijuana has been sold over-the-counter for almost 50 years.
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