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Should "states and localities be able to set whatever marijuana policies work best to improve the public safety and health of their communities?"

Asked by: chrumbelievable
Should "states and localities be able to set whatever marijuana policies work best to improve the public safety and health of their communities?"
  • Yes they should.

    States and localities should be able to set whatever pot policies they want as long as they are best options to improve the public safety and health of their communities. Different areas in the United States has different reasons and needs for the legalization of pot and those communities need the option to set their own rules.

  • States Should Choose Own Marijuana Policies

    Right now, since there isn't agreement from state to state about what marijuana policies should be, I think it is best if states and localities set whatever marijuana policies work best to improve the public safety and health of their communities. Different communities will have different ideas about this, and until there is more uniform agreement, it's best if states and localities just vote on what they think is best.

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