Weed is not dangerous. Some people try a Marijuana Substitute street name K2. I've heard of it, unlike Weed people can overdose on it. I've smoked Weed a few times but it should be Legalized on a Federal level in the USA. In the UK, sure it should be. Tobacco is addictive but Weed isn't the feeling of the high may leave you wanting to do more but it does not build up in your system like Nicotine in Tobacco.
The sale of cannabis has brought a great amount revenue to the states that legalized it, has lowered the number of prisoners in that state, regulated an industry that often turned shady, and has had benefits for many of the people who use it for medical reasons. The legalization of cannabis is a good idea for the UK.
Cannabis legalisation in UK would raise 1billion pounds a year in taxes. Moreover, legalisation would reduce drug-related crime and mitigate the harmful effects of the drug on users. It would reduce the illegal selling and increase accountability in the consumers. Hence I feel the UK should follow the lead of some US states and allow the sale of cannabis in licensed retail stores
Yes, the UK should allow the sale of cannabis in licensed retail stores just like the United States does. Cannabis has legitimate medical purposes which are helpful to a number of people. Therefore, people should have access to this drug. Because it is a drug, however, the sale of it should be controlled.
Yes, the UK can sell cannabis for medical reasons through outlets that are licensed. This is not the same as selling the substance in an unrestricted manner. It has been shown that people with certain medical conditions benefit from cannabis. For this reason, it is acceptable for the UK to allow its sale.