ALLOW me to start by putting forward my argument. Marijuana is a substance that is now scientifically proven to help enhance our life and quality of life.
We trust science. Every major discovery and breakthrough in our modern history has been made with the aid of science. And it has helped advance us as humans.
It was science that helped eradicate smallpox in 1980. It was science that, in the 1940s and 1950s, made us realise that lung cancer was not rare and could be brought about through smoking.
If something with that kind of scientific credence can be attached to something that could potentially help us live longer and have a better quality of life you have to ask yourself: is that a bad thing? Especially in a country that has shown a clear appetite for legalising the substance.
Thirty-three US states have legalised marijuana’s use in some form and in the case of Pueblo County, Colorado, taxed and regulated