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Bill Gates quotes on drugs and marijuana legalization (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Government legalization of weed and Bill Gates

What are the questions the government needs to answer before legalizing marijuana? Bill Gates has an idea.

This is a man that needs no introduction. He’s one of the wealthiest in the world and a man who changed the way we all live. We decided to geographic-ize his words on drug use, marijuana legalization and more. He does make a good point stating the questions that need to be answered regarding marijuana legalization in his state-Washington. Here is a list of few:

Bill Gates quotes on drugs and marijuana legalization (INFOGRAPHIC)

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  1. Can they keep it out of minors’ hands?
  2. Will it reduce alcohol consumption?
  3. Are there some people who use it at levels you might think of as inappropriate?
  4. Will drug gangs make less money?

Should we mention that he voted, “yes” on the referendum for marijuana legalization in Washington last year? Later, he stated that “It’s an experiment, and it’s probably good to have a couple of states try it out to see before you make that a national policy.”

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2 Responses to “Bill Gates quotes on drugs and marijuana legalization (INFOGRAPHIC)
10:04 pm August 28th, 2016

Smoke is without a tangible substance, so it is a wind and winds are spirits. This is a spirit of tobacco smoke. Moving around looking for those who have lost their self confidence and loneliness and so he comes and promise illusional confidence ,courage,boldness and love, And finally makes you an enemy of yourself to kill yourselves by suicide as you are bounded in that dark spirit of tobacco. Stay away from loneliness,see the beauty of the universe, be appreciative and be inspired by successful people by reading their stories.

12:23 am November 10th, 2018

The legalization may benefit companies and some
However, we are dealing with the issue of why people get high.
Some say, to feel good. Drinking gets some to feel good.
We also are aware of the adverse issues in our community with drinking.
Perhaps, we need to address what is really needed in our community is not an escape.
We need services that offer not drugs but community. Programs that address stress in more
recreational, family, tourism, and alleviate our stressors from piling up.
Its just rabbit that ultimately will lead to more justification for other drugs to alleviate marijuana.