Multco School Corps Picks Legalization of Marijuana
Annotation:What did Louis Armstrong, Shakespeare, Rimbaud, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Baudelaire, and Yeats have in common? Did you know the first documented use of cannabis for medical purposes was in 2700 BCE?
Annotation:A non-biased look at what legalization means. For example what should be legalized: Just using marijuana? Growing it? Selling it? Advertising it?
Annotation:Essays written by doctors, professors, activists, and enthusiasts, including Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, and Tommy Chong, this guide explores all aspects of the popular drug and uncovers prevalent myths in the process .
Annotation:Explores the pot culture of the West Coast, including growers and dispensaries. Readers learn why marijuana culture moved from the outdoors to the indoors, and how new plant strains and growing techniques evolved.
Annotation:In this humorous book the author, who lives in Colorado, where medical marijuana is legal under state law, gets approved as a medical user, attends cannabis conventions, studies cannabis horticulture, and interviews advocates and DEA officials to learn more about this way of life.
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In 2014, its likely Oregonians will vote on whether or not to legalize marijuana. What are some of the pros and cons of legalization and medical use of the drug?