Recently, both California and Arizona took the long needed initiative and approved the use of marijuana for medical purposes. The California bill says that patients may use marijuana with a doctor's recommendation. It does not, however, allow doctors to prescribe the drug. Arizona voters passed a bill that swings out even further to the left than California's. Voters in Arizona think that people should be able to use any illicit drug for bona fide medical
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of the question. There are enough opiates in a bottle to kill someone. Proponents of the legalization of marijuana are not really arguing over the legalization of the drug as a medicine. They want marijuana to be completely legalized. On the other hand, the status quo and red tape are keeping a perfectly good medicine off the market. A little less convention and a little more compromise would calm the uproar about legalization of marijuana.