Revenue From Legalized Marijuana
Recent studies have shown that it has cured Alzheimer’s disease, appetite loss, some types of cancer, Crohn’s disease, anorexia, epilepsy, stress disorders, schizophrenia, muscle spasms, nausea, and pain. Colorado has now generated more than $1 billion in total state revenue from legalized marijuana since 2014. On May 1st Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said “ It’s going very well… It’s creating tens of thousands of jobs, tax revenue for the state, filling up buildings for landlords, and reducing crime.”
Think about it. Marijuana has to sell and in order to sell, it has to have people selling it. In order to sell it, you have to grow it. In order to grow it you need to have people growing it, picking it, making it into its actual form. It is helping with jobs, income, and American’s health. America’s people are in a great need of jobs at this moment. America’s people are in need for money. Jobs make money. The more jobs the more money the average person has. The less Americans have to sit on the curb homeless. The industry has made millions upon billions of dollars selling marijuana. Marijuana is legal in many states including California, Colorado, Massachusetts, Vermont, Illinois, Maine, Oregon, Michigan, Nevada, Alaska, New Jersey, Connecticut, Minnesota, New Mexico, Delaware, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, and Washington.
Marijuana has saved many lives. There was a twelve-year-old that had up to 300 seizures a day and now hasn’t had one for almost 300 days because of marijuana. THC ( which stands for tetrahydrocannabinol ) oil has helped cure illnesses that no one thought could ever think could be cured. One syndrome called Dravet syndrome is very hard to control, some symptoms including seizures, development delays, movement and balance issues, orthopedic conditions, speech issues, growth and nutrition issues, and sleeping difficulties. Marijuana cured Dravet syndrome. Medical marijuana is most commonly used for chronic pain, although it isn’t strong enough for severe pain like post-surgical pain or a broken bone. President Donald Trump promised to not interfere with the people who use medical marijuana, although the Obama administration did not make medical marijuana even a minor priority. At least several million Americans use medical marijuana. Medical marijuana has become more common these days.
Marijuana Has Started to Legalize
In conclusion, marijuana should be legalized. There are many reasons why and why not. But in this case, the good does overrule the bad. Medical marijuana has cured many cases and hopefully will continue to cure and help Americans. Not just Americans but everyone. Marijuana has started to grow and has started to legalize in different states. Starting with Oregon. Marijuana will help with jobs and income. The more marijuana produced the more jobs produced. The more jobs the more money for us Americans. Marijuana will soon be very useful to the human body and to the economy.