My thoughts on the medical classification of cannabis

If anything else, medical cannabis is safer to use than alcohol could ever be, so why can’t it be legal across the board? Well, for right now only medical cannabis use is legal, however that will be coming to an end pretty soon

So all I did was forge prescription cards, & sold them for half of what the real 1s cost. It worked for about two and a half months, however once someone got caught all the local companies got way more careful with checking the cards. It didn’t take long before the whole vetting system was updated, & the Rx cards became scannable, which meant I was now out of this line of work for good. I can’t say that I l gained a lesson, other than that a whole lot of people want medicinal cannabis who don’t have access to it. This leads myself and others to feel that within a year or three from now, recreational cannabis use will also be legalized. It can’t take entirely long, can it? Both of us are now on the so-called “slippery slope” towards total cannabis legalization, & for 1 entirely plain and simple reason. The more people learn about medical cannabis, the more they realize weed should have never been made illegal in the first arena. Even people that have no interest in ever using cannabis are now starting to understand that there is nothing wrong with the plant. Lots of people don’t drink beers, & yet don’t demand that beer be made illegal, well the same is true for cannabis use. If anything else, medical cannabis is safer to use than alcohol could ever be, so why can’t it be legal across the board? Well, for right now only medical cannabis use is legal, however that will be coming to an end pretty soon. I never got in trouble for forging the medical cannabis cards, & I think that I helped a few people, too.

 

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