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My dad drank vodka every night and beat the crap out of us. My neighbor's dad smoked pot and ate ice cream with us. I could never understand why one was legal and the other was not! Yes, I understand there are problems with drugs being abused, but to have alcohol legal and marijuana not, seems insane to me. This drug can help so many people when used as a medicine. Where do people think drugs come from? I sure hope we can move past this discrimination from the 1960's stereotype and move forward. This movie was absolutely fantastic by showing the faces of folks who benefit greatly from the benefits of marijuana. There is no rational reason for it not to be legalized for medicinal purposes. The only thing I can think of is that it might take many millions of dollars away from pharmaceutical companies which apparently would be unacceptable. Disheartening.
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