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The filmmakers did a fantastic job at putting this doc together. It was effective at explaining the marijuana industry both on the recreational and political level. It even had some good comedy bits thrown in there as well. It's a must see documentary about marijuana and the recent changing laws, while being both funny and informative. It offers a number of serious arguments of why cannabis should be decriminalized, to a variety of subjects including growers, transporters and artists. It also shows different uses of cannabis in medicine and cooking, and it isn't just about a bunch of stereotypes of stoners. We learn that cannabis can be used to help veterans with PTSD and lots more. It's a awesome doc that shows how great the benefits are of cannabis, and I would definitely see this doc again as well as recommend it to others!
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