• Yes Because Awesome

    I is a troubled teen and i need no trouble so i need to buy weed for not getting in jail and so i can smoke it everyday. It is fun and good and gives me the lolz. So i need it for school too cause its boring. And for work cause it is dumb

  • Yes they should

    There are many health benefits in with pot. There was no reported deaths and is better on your health than cigarettes and alcohol, which are both legal. There are proven health benefits like if used in conjunction with cancer treatments, increase the success rate and shorten treatment time. Many scientific discoveries can proceed if this is actually legal. The pros of legalizing cannabies are substantial. It is only addictive because people like the feeling. The feeling is similar to coffee. Except without the side effects. It is all in personal choice. If personally, you don't like a personal choice, you personally choose to not partake in this, personally.

  • Yes They Should

    Canada has already decriminalized the drug, so I do not think that it would be a big problem if they decided to legalize marijuana. There are many pros to legalizing it and it could be very beneficial to their country. Their only obstacle is getting enough people behind the movement.

  • Yes, absolutely it should be legal.

    There is no true reason why we shouldn't legalize marijuana for responsible adults. Prohibition hurts everybody while regulation protects. The idea that it is a gateway drug is a plain lie and the other major health hazards associated with pot such as cancer, physical addiction, and cognitive decline have no scientific evidence to back them up. While it is not free of its harms (it can contribute to bronchitis with heavy use in the long term and can impede the mental development of children) this only makes the case for regulation that much stronger.

  • Yes, it's time to legalize marijuana.

    You'll never stop people from smoking pot because you'll never control it as long as it remains illegal. It's time to legalize and regulate. Put an age limit on it like cigarettes and alcohol. In the hands of the government, use could become responsible. This makes the most sense, because as a substance, it's not even dangerous.

  • Canada definitely should.

    It is simple, the fight has gone on for way too long and everyone realizes as well as the government that it is a fight the government is losing. If marijuana was legalized and taxed, the government would be making millions of dollars instead of spending millions of dollars to enforce marijuana laws and apprehend those who disobey. There is no reason why marijuana should be illegal, the medical benefits have been proven for decades now and there is such a large number of users, there is absolutely no possible way, no matter how much money the government spends that they are going to eliminate every plant and get every user to stop using, its just not feasible.

  • Sure they should

    Boy, sound argument to the right, can't top copy and pasting a wall of garbage. Yes, I think everywhere should that's having a conflict with it, really. Legalize it and tax the ever living hell out of it, turn a needless fight you're not going to win anyway into a cash cow.

  • I think everywhere should!

    I believe firmly that marijuana should be legal everywhere. Compared to some other drugs it is actually relatively harmless. Not to mention, it was only made illegal to begin with due to political reasons and not health concerns. Legalization would be great for the economy, too--the government could tax the sale of marijuana!

  • No need it

    The objective is not to make weed as cheaply available to as many people as possible, but really to make sure that people who want to consume weed have a safe and regulated and controlled supply that they choose over the black market. Really really really no no no need.

  • No need it

    The objective is not to make weed as cheaply available to as many people as possible, but really to make sure that people who want to consume weed have a safe and regulated and controlled supply that they choose over the black market. Really really really no no no need.

  • I just say so

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  • Drug is durg. It is addictive just like cigarette and alcohol.

    If u want to legalize marijuna because cigarette and alcohol is legal, cigarette and alcohol should illegal too. It is addictive and when u smoke, what about the smell? What about the people who don't like to smell the smoke? Will they have to just smell it just because someone want to smoke right next to the him? What about the person with baby? We all know that sometimes parents gives alcohol to their kids, what makes u think that they will not give marijuana?

  • Never no never


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  • Do we really want this?

    Marijuana is WAY more dangerous than everyone thinks. The fat that most people will be able to take it, the fact that it'll be even more accessible, it's extremely dangerous, expecially for our society, our safety. It's very useful for medical uses but that kind is different from rereational and I don,t think it should ever be used recreationally.

  • Monkey see Monkey do

    If little kids see older people smoking the drug then they will think it is okay to smoke that drug to. We can not end up like other country's who have legalized it. All community's would be filled with stoned people. If it gets legalized then everyone will start doing it.If it is legalized then everyone that does it will not be able to make good decisions.

  • Cause it's bad for you

    Marijuana is bad for you and people who use it have no life and no soul. All of society needs to woship the lords laws and rules and those who do not should be executed. It should not be legalised and people who use it need to be killed right away

  • Canada toughens pot laws, two U.S. states loosen up

    Marijuana is a harmful addictive drug that should never be legalized.
    Video: Is marijuana harmless?
    In Canada, the criminal law is under the jurisdiction of the federal government – which (technically) means that drug laws are uniform across the country. In particular, marijuana is classified as an illegal drug through its inclusion in Schedule II of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Possession (section 4), trafficking (section 5), importing/exporting (section 6), and production (section 7) are all covered by the CDSA.
    » Of course, enforcement of the Criminal Code is subject to the discretion of local police and judges. Given the number of legal challenges made against the prohibition in the past decade, along with overwhelming public support for recreational use, marijuana smoking has been largely tolerated by the police and the courts. Nonetheless, the prohibition is still legally binding and, should they choose to, police officers may enforce the law.
    As we begin 2013, there is a lot for NORML Canada to be excited about. We hope to carry forward the international momentum gathered in 2012, in our continued mission to reform Canadian cannabis law. Although 2012 had its set-backs in Canada, specifically the implementation of increased penalties for cannabis offences, public support for legal reform is on the rise.
    OTTAWA—The same day that voters in two U.S. states approved the legalization of marijuana, the Harper government in Ottawa was bringing into force tough new mandatory penalties for pot.
    Canada’s new law provides a mandatory six-month jail term for growing as few as six marijuana plants, twice the mandatory minimum for luring a child to watch pornography or exposing oneself on a playground.
    “Today our message is clear that if you are in the business of producing, importing or exporting of drugs, you’ll now face jail time,” Justice Minister Rob Nicholson said in a release Tuesday, before U.S. polls closed.
    Nicholson was not available Wednesday to comment on the American state votes but his spokeswoman reiterated in an email that “our government does not support the decriminalization or the legalization of marijuana.”

  • Its bad for u

    Its bad for u cause it makes u addicted to it and it has plenty of potential to make you suicide. It alters your brain structure. It will encouraging to teens to try it and 9% of teens that start young become adddicted. Marijuana is one of the worst things for you although it can help cure pain

  • It's all coorperated

    I totally disagree with legal weed, it's all about taxing people and bringing cash to their pockets, they saw cartels making serious cash, so the government decided to do the same, it won't help the economy. Pretty it's telling people it's OK to smoke marijuana and just go to the clinic, buy one and taxes are included

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