When President Barack Obama came into office, only 13 states legalized the use of marijuana for medical purposes, and no one allowed free time. By the time Donald Trump was opened, these figures had gone up to 28 states, where medical marijuana evaluation is legal, and the eight states where recreational use is allowed. And in the coming months, another West Virginia has approved a law that legitimizes medical use, the Vermont state legislator became the first nation to approve a legitimate legalization law (even though the veto has been vetoed by the governor, and returned the change), and many other countries have begun to consider their legalization proposals. Although marijuana remains illegal for any purpose at a federal level, the approach to its legalization is changing and changing at all levels. In recent years, we have witnessed growing support in public opinion polls, the political changes essential to the White House, the desire to resolve this issue, the Congress Palace and the people responsible for making state decisions on their growth. As more states identify and implement legitimate marijuana programs, federal policies are increasingly needed to ensure that States act as responsibly and safely as possible.
The landscape of development
Since 1970, marijuana was illegal in federal controlled substances acting, which looks like a drug I Schedule which means that in terms of federal law, marijuana has no currently accepted medical use and abuse has the potential, as well as heroin, LSD, and ecstasy. At that time, marijuana evaluationwas also illegal under the laws of every state. But over the last two decades, the country’s legislation on marijuana map has been radically redesigned. California was the first state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes. Other countries gradually began to follow their example and what began as a mud was flooding. In recent years, the number of states that have somehow promulgated legislation legitimately uses marijuana has grown.
Increase public support
Very few problems may coincide with the rapid increase in public support that has been made in the last twenty years of legalizing marijuana. Marijuana in particular medical is popular in almost all demographic groups. And although support for recreational legalization is delayed with medical care, it is still well above 50%. Still rising
Support for medical marijuana
Recent public opinion polls supported medical marijuana in 2017 with 88% and 93% across the country, which is consistent with the numbers we found in our 2014.6 surveys. Our data showed great support for medical marijuana among demographic groups generally less favorable, for example., Republicans, women, and people of color. Even among those who oppose the legalization of recreational marijuana, most of the support allows their medical use.
Support for entertaining marijuana
The legalization of real marijuana has been delayed for doctors for a long time, but is growing rapidly. In 1969, only 12% of the country agreed with the statement “Marijuana evaluation use should be legalized.” The 0.9 percent rose only about 33% in early 2000. It was not until the next decade, which is all that really started to change. 2014, Two years after Colorado and Washington voted to legalize entertainment marijuana, public support for legalization has reached 50% nationally. 2017. Surveys reported a current support of 61% and 60%.