The Medical Marijuana War Heating Up Places

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The Medical Marijuana War Heating Up Places

It has been recently revealed in a report that there is soon going to be the launch of a new ‘weed’ store in the vicinity. This is going to be opened by the firm named ‘Walmart of Weed’, and this has brought into action another round of debates about the use of marijuana in the country.

Whether medical or otherwise, marijuana has always been a very controversial issue for discussion. It was revealed by the store manager at the Patient ID Centre, Chad Gilmore, that there is going to be the renewal of the cannabis patient identification cards and this shall facilitate making sure that there isn’t any misuse of the same.

The more that businesses start to push the envelope by showing that this is a legitimate industry, the further we're going to be able to go in changing people's minds, For the longest time, it's been a don't ask, don't tell industry”, said weGrow founder Dhar Mann.

There are more and more people in the world getting hooked to marijuana in different forms, and this is one reason there is need for controlling the misuse of the same. It might be used for medical conditions, but most people in the world still use marijuana simply to get ‘high’.

There is need for the government to set some rules that are similar for one and all, and only then there can be a better way found to stop the illegal use of the drug.

Drawing a line here is definitely important and educating people about the ills of marijuana might be a positive step in this regard. It remains to be seen what sort of effect this store shall have in this matter.


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