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  • Should medical marijuana be legal?
  • Will medical marijuana will open door to full legalization of
  • How does the government regulate and monitor the medical
    marijuana dispensaries?
  • What are some challenges facing states that have legalized the use
    of medical marijuana?
  • What affect would the legalizing of marijuana have on drug
    trafficking in the United States?
  • Should marijuana use be regulated by the federal government?
  • How does stated legalization conflict with the federal law?
  • Is medical marijuana useful in reducing pain compared to other

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Medical Marijuana - Lynn Zott (Editor)
Call Number: RM666.C266 M432 2013
ISBN: 0737760567
Publication Date: 2013

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Cannabis Pharmacy - Michael Backes; Andrew Weil (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9781603763349
Publication Date: 2014

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Pot Inc.: Inside medical marijuana, America’s most outlaw industryPot, Inc. - Greg Campbell
Call Number: RM666.C266 C34 2012
ISBN: 1402779259
Publication Date: 2012


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