The prisons would be less congested
There would be less drug-related violence
Given they tax it, more money
there are pros and cons. good for the potheads and drug dealers and bad for the police due to d.u.i. and little kids being more threatened by potheads driving high so basically it will create more havoc. more than its worth
no change.people would have a huge problem at first, but they will get over it.so many people do already anyway
There are positives and negatives to this...
1. The government could tax the hell out of it and therefore help with the economic downfall and whatnot.
2. People are going to smoke pot anyway..why not make a profit off of it?
3. I would prefer to not be around tons of stoned fools all the time, even though I guess I may be anyway and just don't know it.
4. Debbie snacks would sell tons!!!!!
..ok there are tons of arguements for both sides,..I just can't think of them at this time =) heh.
One things for sure, the Mexican cartels that are responsible for growing and trafficking will be out of business...so they will just branch out. That could mean more meth, more coke, more black tar hitting the streets. It is a moot point because public opinion polls as well as the results of many propositions to decriminalize weed all say that the majority of voter do not want weed legalized--not even for medical purposes.
Drug cazed masses wielding torches and pitchforks thronging in the streets, burning cars and dragging good folk from their homes.
These are my 8 reasons why marijuana should be legalized. Feel free to publish this information freely. You see, nobody has given any logical arguments as to why it should stay illegal.