Should America follow Canada's lead on legalizing marijuana?



Nine U.S. states currently allow recreational pot. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news …

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  1. You know that's the fakest conservative I ever seen on fox, a real conservative answer would be make it legalized and Hardly regulate it, female all the money that big tobacco and small businesses can make off of it

  2. Colorado is always the standard they use
    Legalization is such a new concept , it will take years to become the norm
    Not 5 years , of course people are bingeing in legal states , we've had to hide in the shadows and do sketchy back alley deals all our lives
    I'm not even a smoker anymore
    But any fool can see marijuana laws are dated and ridiculous

  3. They don’t have an incarceration industry to protect. Private sector lobbyists have a voice that the incarcerated lack. It took Americans killing each other to end a profitable slave industry.

  4. Being anti-pot is a knee-jerk artifact of pissed-off old people who resented Hippies. As the older generation dies-off the politics of this special pandering will go with it. There's nothing "conservative" about this heavy-handed anti-pot crap.

  5. all extreme conservatives and liberals are the ones most against it and the ones who most need it…. the rest of us moderates know how to handle it all in moderation…. alcohol is the devil… it's too dangerous and mood changing (usually for the worse) and what it does to your body…..

  6. This guy on the left doesnt know what he is talking about. Why does CO have a homelessness problem? Because people are literally flocking to colorado so they can have access to this and not have the risk of getting arrested for it. Its raised the already high housing costs, especially in the cities. People willing to be homeless in exchange to having access to a non addictive, nearly harmless drug really speaks volumes about cannabis' benefits. Its on the complete opposite end of the spectrum than homeless people that are homeless due to alcoholism/drug addiction Literally every negative thing he had to say about it could be fixed by legalizing recreational cannabis on a federal level. Want the black market to stop trafficking out of legal states? Put them out of business by legalizing it. Dont want fentanyl laced cannabis? Legalize it. Want the homelessness influx to stop in legal states? Legalize it and they'll go home. Teens are going to use drugs regardless. Impaired driving is "up" because law enforcement cant test if somebody is actively under the influence, all they can do is see if it is in your system, and it stays in a users system for a month, and no, that doesnt mean the high lasts for a month. Emergency room admissions….? Yeah, there's an opiod epidemic… Does this guy not realize that one of medicinal cannabis' largest selling points is it can be a non addictive replacement for opiates? I have a close friend who is a chronic pain patient that is addicted to his medication. We arent a medicinal state, so if he tests positive for marijuana during doctor visits, his medication gets taken away. He'd much rather go to rehab, but thats impossible without something else to take the pain away. He says out of all of the RX drugs he has taken for pain over the last decade, cannabis was the only other thing other than opiates that gives him any relief.

  7. Look at the comments section. No wonder why we have such a low approval rating for our government. If things made actual SENSE, it would all be legalized by now.

  8. Well some guy used marijuana on my job and because of some liberal law he is three fingers short ,he lost his fingers on the wood saw he was using at my job I dont think it's a good idea and to many people here in new York using that garbage in front of children I think it's a dam shame, a drug is a drug

  9. So glad Illinois legalized it πŸ™‚ 🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱

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