Legalizing Marijuana

This paper focuses on Legalizing Marijuana. Introduction: Marijuana should be legalized throughout the whole country because the legalization would bring economic benefits.

Legalizing Marijuana

I.  Introduction
1.  Marijuana should be legalized throughout the whole country because the legalization would bring economic benefits.
2.  Such as creation of new jobs, tax revenue, and even freeing past marijuana offenders in jail. Not only does the legalization help economically, it will help many people medically for people who are in states where Marijuana is illegal medically, and recreationally.

II. Body
A.  Tax Revenue
1.  The Benefits of tax revenue
2.  How to get tax revenue
3.  How tax revenue increased in legal states
B.  Saving from criminal justice system
1.  More money for budgets
2.  Less crowded jails
3.  Helps find justice for many people
C.  Medical reasons
1.  Helps people with diseases
2.  How to use it
3.  More awareness

Ok good topic.  Make the topic thesis just a bit more focused when writing the final.  Something like:
Topic: Benefits of legalized Marijuana throughout the whole country
The rest of the write up can be used to support the topic thesis. – Professor noted
You don’t have any peer-reviewed reference. A good scientific research paper includes mostly (and in sequential order)
1. Journals,
2. Conference proceedings,
3. Books,
4. dissertations/thesis, and
5. Website
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The Economic Benefits of Legalizing Weed

Although the Presidential election drew most of the attention in November of 2020, there were several other important decisions made at the polls as well: notably, several states held votes to determine the future of the legal cannabis industry in one form or another. Taking a leaf out of Colorado or Washington’s book, four states—New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana, and Arizona—decided to make marijuana consumption for recreational purposes legal. Mississippi also voted to allow medical marijuana.

All told, more and more states are moving to legalize marijuana (whether for medicinal or recreational use, or both), and the impact has already been tremendous. The legal changes have spawned a burgeoning industry of legal cannabis companies, including those which aim to research and develop cannabis-based medical products, those which are working to distribute and grow marijuana, and many others. All told, more than half of U.S. states have medical marijuana laws on the books, and fifteen states have legalized certain quantities of marijuana for recreational use as well.