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Should medical marijuanas be legalized in schools?

Asked by: John05826
  • Weed doesent hurt

    Weed has been legalized in many states and should not be banned from schools as it poses no health risks and is more healthy alternative to other drugs such as cocain and heroin. But some may argue that the brain does not fully develope but there are no studies that state that weed hurts a devolping brain

  • Yes it should just cause yall some bitches dont mean kids need to go with out there medicine

    Kids need medicine to stay alive and you wanna take that away just because some kids wanna get high on a harmless drug while teen tabacco use is sky rocketing with the introduction of e cigs yet no one talks about that just that kids are ruining there lifes with weed

  • Nope they shouldn't

    Because if they SAY they need it but DON'T, they could be dealing them. Instead, if they need it they should stay home until they or better. If they don't get better, then that's just too bad. It's way too risky to allow drugs like Marijuana into any kind of schools.

  • Nope they shouldn't

    Because if they SAY they need it but DON'T, they could be dealing them. Instead, if they need it they should stay home until they or better. If they don't get better, then that's just too bad. It's way too risky to allow drugs like Marijuana into any kind of schools.

  • I'm pro weed, but no

    I'm pro weed, but no, just no.

    Weed can have the affect of making you paranoid, and forgetting what your doing, both of these possible effects, that are case by case for each person, would have a negative impact on students, and would be unwise to introduce to the classroom setting.

  • No drugs is "healthy" for you

    According to an interview with of a CEO of PreventionFIRST! "Should Fate of Medical Marijuana in Ohio Be Left in Hands of Lawmakers, Voters?," she said

    "We can't really call marijuana medicine. It's not a legitimate medicine. The brain is not fully developed until we're about 25. That's just the way it is, and using any kind of mind-altering substance impacts that development. It needs to go through the FDA process. There is no drug that can or should be smoked, but when we get to potential components of marijuana that might have medicinal benefits, then let's find out what that is. Most of our medicines have come from plants.

    They're plant-based, but they've gone through that rigorous process. Because, let's face it, any medicine is a toxin. I don't care if it's penicillin or aspirin or a narcotic. Any of those are toxins to our bodies. And that's why we have the FDA process."


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