Legalize Cannabis in the State of Tennessee
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Legalize Cannabis in the State of Tennessee

    1. cassandra knuckles
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      cassandra knuckles

      lawrenceburg, TN

Marijuana is discriminated against by legislators that are too scared of being referred to as a druggie. Legislators won’t stand up for what they believe in, only the self interest of the corporations they represent, Marijuana can be used to make hemp and other products such as paper (no more tree chopping) clothing, and rope. We can also make marijuana oil which can be used as a renewable fuel, Legalizing marijuana will cause a sudden drop in need for beer. Wine won’t be affected as much as beer. Beer consumption will plummet,Marijuana being legal will cause a sudden drop in using other harder drugs such as methamphetamines, barbiturates, heroin, alcohol and cocaine, cultivating marijuana will cause a spike in economic growth for more and more plantations of marijuana, Marijuana can help HIV victims eat and sleep, and Marijuana can reverse the effects of crystal meth by making the person hungry and tired. Marijuana use is in the bible. Genesis gave mankind the power over every land, sea, and animal. Not to mention every seed bearing plant. (Marijuana is a seed bearing plant),Marijuana is not a gateway drug. Marijuana does not cause cancer it helps with Cancer treatments. Tobacco users will still get their nicotine from cigarettes. By definition, Nicotine, Aspirin, Alcohol and THC are drugs. There are more drug users then there are non drug users.
Marijuana and alcohol cause short term memory loss. Alcohol destroys your liver, THC doesn’t. Marijuana can be used to help alleviate pain and suffering humanely.

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Legalize Cannabis in the State of Tennessee

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