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And Marijuana Is The Problem? I Think Not!


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http://www.wnem.com/story/16363229/drug-overdoses-kill-more-americans-than-car-accidents-cdc

 

This is a very good read, 2008 there were 35,000 deaths related to Opiate overdose and misuse, in 1996 opiates only accounted for 25% of drug overdoses that number has sky rocketed and continues too. Wanna battle drugs and keep our youth safe this would be the better fight, Marijuana deaths =0 Prescription pills = 35,000+

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http://www.wnem.com/story/16363229/drug-overdoses-kill-more-americans-than-car-accidents-cdc

 

This is a very good read, 2008 there were 35,000 deaths related to Opiate overdose and misuse, in 1996 opiates only accounted for 25% of drug overdoses that number has sky rocketed and continues too. Wanna battle drugs and keep our youth safe this would be the better fight, Marijuana deaths =0 Prescription pills = 35,000+

The researcher said " deaths " were a good way to discern the size of the drug problems.

Maryjane = 0 deaths ever. So where is the problem?

There is only Made up problems, not real ones.

What a joke the W. O. D. IS. !!!!

GOVERNMENT LIES.

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What really kills me is when the fed says "Marijuana has not undergone the rigorous FDA testing as other drugs have." Yeah I can tell how rigorous that testing really is when ya turn on the tv and ya see 5 to 6 class action lawsuits against these "rigorously" tested pharmaceuticals. :growl:

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