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The paper discusses how opponents fear that legalizing marijuana for medical purposes will open the door for legalization across the board. They claim that synthetic versions of the drug work as well or better. The paper explains that proponents hail marijuana as a wonder drug for a number of medical complaints and claim that synthetic marijuana does not offer the same relief as the pure form. The paper asserts that with many glowing recommendations and support from a myriad of medical organizations, it is puzzling why marijuana is illegal at all, particularly for medical purposes. The paper contends that arguments against the legalization of medical marijuana are simply not logical or founded in scientific research.
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