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Found this today;




https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/08/americas-invisible-pot-addicts/567886/


Like alcohol and others, this was bound to have some blowback. They do cite legalization in Canada, but beware, the illegal trade is doing better than ever here, and the government is losing money on legalized pot. Add to that the increased social problems it brings and legalization is hardly worth the effort.


I'm sure I don't know what the solution is, but I am certain legalization simply makes a bad situation worse.
 

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i agree but alcohol is worse in my opinion..:wink2:
Could be. Overall the jury is still out on that. Point is, was / is legalizing it the path to a better society?
 

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to answer your question simply: NOPE!
Does it help the majority of people to work harder, be more motivated, be more productive?
There is your answer.
 
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to answer your question simply: NOPE!
Does it help the majority of people to work harder, be more motivated, be more productive?
There is your answer.
I'm not sure if that makes me angry, sad or both.
 
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