Marijuana is classified as a controlled substance in Australia, and though laws vary somewhat state-to-state, the consumption, distribution, and production of marijuana is punishable by law. Across the globe, there are fewer than 20 countries with laxed recreational marijuana laws.
Many say that marijuana is a gate-way drug, leading those who consume it to much stronger substances, as well as a drug dangerous to the proper development of young people who consume it. Many others say that marijuana has shown very low health risks to users, and that the illegalization causes more harm than good for Australian society and law-enforcement. What are your thoughts?
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