More and more, organizations charged with the health of our children and the public health of our communities are rethinking their support for marijuana prohibition. AAP spoke up against the Schedule I classification of marijuana.
January 24, Back in America was going through Prohibition. Most men were drunk at most times. Many people were drinking all over from adesence to elders.
For the fact that, alcohol was going out of control, the house of representatives started to vote to pass the 18Th amendment. The 18Th amendment was to prohibit alcoholic beverages in the United States.
Prohibition means the banned of alcohol. They put a stop to alcoholic beverages. America chaned its mind about banneding alcohol beverages because after the prohibition was passed, depression started going on, higher homicides started to rise and congress men and senators were being hypocritical.
By them doing this made america change there mind about prohibition. The men that were tying to do this were gangsters, racketeer, bootleggers, and the dope sellers. These were all the types of drunks.
All types of guys were known as something, meaning the gangsters were know as a mobster, and a racketeer was a person who was often involved in exchanging money.
The prohibtion was the big problem the guy that was making all these guys go negative. Another drunk was known as a bootlegger, who would sell and travel illegal alcohol over the United States.
The last guy was the dope seller who was selling the illegal alcohol. The men were in a depression meaning they were breaking the law.
About 7 years later it went back down to 6 homicides. The chart in document B shows that prohibition caused more murders possible. This was serious, there was many people dying because of it.
A woman named Mabel walker was part of the government she was a Depultu, U. She wrote in this document how the congressman and senators were being towards alcoholics. During this time there was a act called the Volstead Act.
Mabel Walker was upset that the men that wrote the act are part of bootleggers themselves. This document shows that Americans wanted to break the 18Th amendment, they were all breaking the law. They had to do something about it, make some kind of change.
While it was going on most drunks were going crazy trying to find ways to get alcohol. Making everything else worse. America changed their mind on prohibition for all these many reasons.Medical Marijuana has been politicized, demonized and made federally illegal in the United States starting in the ’s.
But why? Why did a plant that had been used medically and recreationally by humans for thousands of years all of a . It found that marijuana use is comparable across racial lines — 14 percent for African Americans and 12 percent for whites in But the arrest rates are not.
There is certainly a financial and human cost to keeping marijuana illegal and we can see it in our prisons. But, there would be an even larger cost to making it legal. Marijuana should remain illegal in the United States, and states that have passed laws to make it legal should reverse those laws.
Marijuana is addictive and a gateway drug. 59 Responses to “Keep weed illegal! Here’s why” Sean Meyer July 28, Awesome piece. I always like to imagine what would happen if weed was in fact legal.
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