Medical Marijuana Legalization

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The legality of cannabis concerns laws which in most countries regulate the, use, possession, cultivation, transfer, and trade in Cannabis.
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Medical Marijuana Legalization

  1. 1. LEGALIZATION OFMEDICAL MARIJUANA For More Info: www.herbalmission.org
  2. 2. INDEX• Preface• Legalization of Marijuana• Pros of Marijuana• Cons of Marijuana• Lack of Marijuana Awareness• The State affairs with Medical Marijuana• Finale
  3. 3. PREFACE• 6000 B.C.: Cannabis seeds used for food in China by Hua Tuo• 1271-1295: Marco Polo first brings the use of hashish to Europe’s• 1840: Medicinal preparations of cannabis are made available in the USA• 1906: Pure Food and Drug Act is passed, regulating the labeling of products containing Alcohol, Opiates, Cocaine, and Cannabis• 1915-1927: Cannabis begins to be prohibited for nonmedical use in the U.S., especially in SW states...California (1915), Texas (1919), Louisiana (1924), and New
  4. 4. LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA Legalization vs. Decriminalization• Legalization: the product would be sold legally and taxed in a well-regulated market (like buying alcohol at the liquor store which is controlled by the state)• Decriminalization: it would no longer be considered a punishable crime to possess, but sale would still be a punishable offense.
  5. 5. PROS OF MARIJUANA
  6. 6. CONS OF MARIJUANA
  7. 7. LACk OF MARIJUANA AWARENESS
  8. 8. FINALE
  9. 9. HERBAL MISSSIONTo get quality cannabis products visit:SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARY

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