Unfortunately, the bill doesn’t stand a chance.
How far is the United States willing to go with the legalization of drugs? Will it stop at marijuana? Psilocybin?
Since 1990, more than 700,000 people have died due to drug overdoses, mostly driven by the opioid epidemic.
According to a new United Nations report, this has caused an increase in the worldwide demand for cannabis with notable sale surges on the dark web.
More than 2 million Americans struggle with opioid use disorder, and about 130 people die every day from opioid overdoses.
According to new research, the average age of first trying drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana have all risen since 2004.
If marijuana really is just medicine used by upstanding citizens, then why is it that this plant always seems to be associated with the dregs of society?
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