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  1. I lost alot of respect for crenshaw over this view, he certainly does know for a fact the harms prohibition has costed society but sometimes once somebody makes an opinion the ego forces them to die on that hill regardless of facts or revelations in time.

  2. “I don’t like the smell” is not a legitimate argument. There’s no reason to throw a non-violent drug user in jail with rapists and murderers.

    Legalize it, initiate mandates for age requirements, and perform extensive study on the drug before drawing conclusions

  3. My son said it more clearly than anyone I’ve heard. He was confessing to me that he’d used pot when he was dealing with crippling depression. He said that he was facing all of the things that had a grip on him and were preventing him from living a normal life. He said he would take a hit of pot and he could ignore all of it without actually dealing with it. The problems were still there when he came down. That about sums up the problem. Pot solves nothing, but it allows you to avoid fixing anything. Just my perspective.

  4. I'm a 58 year old Republican. I think our elected Republicans need to get on board with marijuana d
    Legalization. Because prohibition is a failed policy that is costing our country billions to enforce. The prohibition of this soft drug does much more harm. By disqualifying a huge group of bright young people. Because they have a criminal record for simple posession. Prohibition of pot does much more harm to people than the drug itself does. Besides the fact that the party could attract moderate liberal to become Republicans if they would legalize weed and put that political point behind them.

  5. His argument comparing it to alcohol and saying it normalizes it in the minds of teenagers is ridiculous. Sure it does but compared to alcohol, its not near as dangerous your not gonna overdose for one and yeah some people get more of a psychoactive effect but i guarantee they arnt going to try and drive anywhere feeling like that but kids get drunk and get confident.

  6. Damn this kinda changed the way I see this guy because obviously he knows that marijuana being criminal literally ruined thousands of Hispanic and black peoples lives in the past. Biden supported policies that incarcerated way more ppl of color when he was in the Senate. All these guys are the same😡 how tf does slow policy making; especially on topics that are obviously people's right to choose to do, make it better for us ordinary people. Make it the same as alcohol at fed level. Don't waste no more time pls.

  7. I'm conservative on almost all issues but this is where they lose me . My one question would be towards anyone with that view is this .Whats your answer? War on drugs didn't work billions speant we have more drugs available than ever.Gateway drug is bs. Alcohol is a gateway drug should we ban that? If anything will make you think eh let me try that drug its alcohol 100% just like a lot of poor decisions are made while drinking. You cannot convince me some 20 year old kid walking down the road with his headphones on has a little bit of weed is a criminal but you insure him to become one after he is put in jail or prison with real criminals.Police state possibly could stop it do you want that?I don't even though its looks like we are closer than ever to becoming one

  8. I smoke pot most the day and I work I take care of my family and I Know I do a dam good job 😊, I wouldnt be the man I am without it I would be so dam closed off. Thank you weed 🥰🥰🥰

  9. So I had been using weed scenes I was thirteen after I stopped taking my riddline after I turned 21 I tried to stop smoking and drinking everything and I'll say as a skitzo fuuuuck that noise I lost total all of my faclties where I thought I was misdiagnosed with skitzo I knew I was crazy at that point I had to go inpatient my doctor thought I was on hard drugs it took them 3 weeks and like 5 or 6 blood test to believe I just stopped smoking

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