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Should the Supreme Court stay out of the legal weed issue in Colorado?

  • Yes they should!

    Medical marijuana should not be illegal at all in any state. Especially on the federal level, because the government has no right to say what we put in our bodies and beside the fact that it has so many health benefits. It should be illegal for them to say it should be illegal. Not to mention the money each state could make of medical marijuana.

  • Yes the supreme court should definitely stay out of legal weed issues in Colorado.

    Medical marijuana should not be illegal at all in any state. Especially on the federal level, because the government has no right to say what we put in our bodies and beside the fact that it has so many health benefits. It should be illegal for them to say it should be illegal. Not to mention the money each state could make of medical marijuana.

  • Let the people do what they want

    Weed is not hurting anyone and If anything it's helping everything. A lot more tax dollars are doing the economy wonderfully, people are happy and from what i understand crime rate is down. I will stick to my saying here of if it's not broke, dont try to fix it.

  • There's plenty of evidence to support the fact that it SHOULD NOT remain federally illegal.

    The government shouldn't be controlling what somebody puts into their bodies. It's absurd. The Supreme Court should instead work on making marijuana legal on a federal level, as this would be the right course of action. Marijuana has been proven to be safer (health-wise) than drugs that are already legal, such as alcohol and cigarettes.

  • They should stay out

    I think the weed issue should be state by state. I'm not so sure the supreme court should get involved in the issue of marijuana. I don't think smoking marijuana is a human right. I understand how it helps cancer patients. Cancer patients should be entitled to marijuana for their pain.

  • Yes, the Supreme Court should stay out of the legal weed issue in Colorado.

    The Supreme Court of the United States is a reactive institution, in that it should not actively become involved in state issues such as the legalization of marijuana. Therefore, the Supreme Court should not become involved in Colorado's activities regarding marijuana legalization, unless a case involving a constitutional issue is brought to the Court. Otherwise, the Supreme Court has no business medalling in the affairs of individual states, given the reactive nature of the institution.

  • Time for the Supreme Court to speak up

    No, the Supreme Court should not stay out of the legal weed issue in Colorado. As many states look to legalize weed, the question has become a national debate and it is time for the Supreme Court to weigh in. We cannot continue to have conflicting state and national laws. We need to have the decision decided on the federal level so that states can better determine what they will do.


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