Debunking the Myths About the Marijuana Lobby

Nov 20, 2013 , , , ,

MPP’s Executive Director, Rob Kampia, wrote an article for the Huffington Post this week discrediting three common myths about the marijuana lobby most often spread by prohibitionists.

It’s important for all of us to keep our eye on the prize by agreeing that marijuana should be legal for people 21 and older; we’ll put cartels and gangs out of business, and we’ll have reasonable restrictions on advertising.

None of this is new. Anyone who believes that alcohol should be legal should also agree that marijuana should be legal.

This is simple for most of us to understand. The only people who are trying to confuse it are those who are making profits from marijuana prohibition — international drug cartels and, unfortunately, so-called anti-drug nonprofit organizations in the U.S.

Click here to read the whole article!

One response to “Debunking the Myths About the Marijuana Lobby”

  1. I gave up a 25 year addiction to alcohol using marijuana. I dont think I could have done it without it. I wish the government would stop lying to us about the harms of marijuana. The Justice Department has already said that it would be preferable to have marijuana legal than the current system which benefits drug gangs.

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