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  • Yes, medical marijuana should be federally legal.

    Yes, medical marijuana should be legal at a federal level. While smoking is still detrimental to one's health, there are numerous, non-harmful ways to consume marijuana. Medical marijuana is a natural, less expensive way to ease the pain of those suffering from terminal illness. Marijuana has proven medical uses beyond pain relief and relaxation, including treatment of glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, and treating the nausea and vomiting associated with cancer treatment.

  • I think it should

    I think medical marijuana should be legal at the federal level. If states are moving towards legalizing it, why shouldn't the federal government? I think only medical marijuana should be legal, but the federal government can regulate it. They can also tax it. If marijuana can help sick people, it should be legal.

  • Medical marijuana should be federally legal.

    Medical marijuana has been proven time and time again to be beneficial and effective to people with a variety of conditions, ranging from mild to life-threatening. Keeping medical marijuana from the public is killing innocent individuals and leaving millions of others with their suffering, even though there could be an easily accessible option at the federal level.

  • A drug that has the ability to help

    The federal government should definitely legalize the use of medical marijuana. While many people see the drug as a recreational tool for lazy people to ingest, for those suffering from the crippling nausea associated with certain cancer treatments, glaucoma, or sever seizures related to epilepsy, medical-grade marijuan can be a GOD-SEND. Additionally, the drug is a naturally-occurring substance, satisfying even those who are opposed to moee chemical-based pharmaceuticals.

  • No no no

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no


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