This Is Why Marijuana Should Be Legal Everywhere

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This Is Why Marijuana Should Be Legal Everywhere

Gallup poll released on Tuesday reveals that for the first time in history, Americans are more in favor of legalizing marijuana than criminalizing it. 2013 has markedly been a successful year for marijuana legalization, with Colorado and Washington both passing laws to decriminalize the drug. Now, 58 percent of Americans are in favor allowing the plant to be legal.

With the majority of Americans agreeing that marijuana should be legalized, we’ve gathered up eight reasons why those who are still on the fence about the natural plant should possibly reconsider their feelings.

It’s time to legalize!

No one has ever died of a marijuana overdose.

You may think having a large amount of THC in your system will kill you, but you are wrong. Ever since marijuana has been known to mankind, not one single account of death from overdose has been recorded. On the other hand, in 2010, 38,329 people died from drug overdoses. Sixty percent of those were related to prescription drugs. In that same year, 25,692 people died from alcohol-related causes.

Around 40% of Americans have already admitted to using marijuana.

Most polls regarding Americans and their pot use hover around the 40% mark for having tried marijuana at least once. This is compared to the 16% of Americans who have tried cocaine, which is obviously a significantly lower percentage. Marijuana is becoming more and more ubiquitous every year despite being less addictive than coffee. There’s a reason people are feeling safer and safer trying the drug, which brings us to our next point…

Marijuana is much safer than already legalized drugs. Read On…

 

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