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Almost nine out of ten Americans say that marijuana should be legal to use if a doctor permits it, according to nationwide Fox News telephone poll of just over 1,000 registered voters.
Eighty percent of the poll consisted of self-identified Republicans. The poll also revealed a four percent increase in support of-permitted marijuana use since Fox last polled the same question back in 2010.
Although some poll respondents were divided on whether they believed that “most people who smoketruly need it,” nonetheless, the majority of respondents agreed that using the plant should be legal if a doctor permits it.
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The graph to the right is composed from a recent study, and judging by it, it appears that Americans are beginning to accept marijuana by stating that it should be legalized.
Many Americans over the last few decades have begun to change their views towards marijuana (and hemp). Americans are finally realizing that marijuana is a beneficial substance that can be used for medicinal purposes, to stimulate the economy, and more. The same can be said for hemp, which also should be legalized throughout America.
Hopefully within this decade we will see marijuana (and hemp) get legalized in the United States. If it’s the will of the people, then it will happen!
Now that the obvious benefits of legalizingare mainstream in America, greedy bureaucrats are making it financially impossible for the common horticulturalist, caregiver or entrepreneur to own and operate a medical marijuana dispensary.
The road to getting a medicallicense in Massachusetts is not only a complicated game full of red tape, it also requires applicants to put up at least $500,000 in an escrow account to prove they have the money to operate one.
Applicants also have to file a detailed business plan explaining security protocols and strict inventory procedures. Understandably, regulatory guidelines are a must, but asking for a $500,000 deposit is ludicrous. Obviously,makers are weeding out any opportunity for the small business person to prosper from this economic opportunity. However, there’s no shortage of enthusiasts, regardless of the extremely high standards being set.
Bottom line is that people who know medical marijuana can help cure cancer and other chronic diseases are positioning themselves and their resources to make this new economy happen, one way or another.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley made a decision that towns and cities cannot ban medical marijuana dispensaries within their borders.
AG Martha Coakley is doing a great job for the people of Massachusetts! She is following the voter-approvedlaws and forcing cities to allow dispensaries for patients in need of .
I wish more government officials would work in the best interest of the citizens that elected them.
The official document can be viewed here: Mass.gov