Debunking Marijuana Myths

Marijuana legalization proponents have been slowly winning the national fight against legalization as more states are passing laws to decriminalize and even sell for recreational use. Just today, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders proposed a bill in the Senate to remove marijuana from the Federal Drug Administration’s “most dangerous drugs” list and legalize the substance on a federal level.

Marijuana enthusiasts bellow that the many “facts” anti-legalization activists lean on are mere “myths”. With drug rehab centers in Riverside, Calif., and across the country opening their doors to record numbers of marijuana abusers, researchers have turned the tables and put the facts to some pro-marijuana myths.

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