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Medical marijuana disappears from the ballot in a Florida county. Should voters be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana?

  • Yes, of course!

    Yes, voters should be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana. Yes, voters should be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana because there is no reason it should still be illegal. Marijuana helps many users control or cope with the pain associated with long-term medical conditions. So, where is the problem?!

  • In general, it seems voters should be able to vote on legalization of marijuana, but it's up to the states.

    Yes, on the surface it seems that voters should just be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana. However, it must be recognized that most laws are not up for a public vote. They are determined by legislatures, elected to represent the interests of their constituencies. Why should marijuana legalization be any different?

  • Yes, voters should have the right to vote to legalize marijuana as the drug has a number of benefits.

    Marijuana helps many users control or cope with the pain associated with long-term medical conditions. Many people also consider the drug to be no less harmful than alcohol which is freely available. The big pharma companies and alcohol manufacturers are putting on the pressure to prevent marijuana being legalized as they fear the impact on their profits.

  • Yes, voters should be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana.

    Yes, voters should be able to vote on the legalization of marijuana because there is no reason it should still be illegal. Scientists have proven that this is one of the safest drugs that exists. It is far safer than alcohol, but there are liquor stores on every block in some cities.

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