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Should marijuana be legalized for medical uses?
The poll also found that 61 percent of Republicans, as well as 61 percent of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who called themselves "very active," are in favor of legalization for medical purposes.
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SALT LAKE CITY — Seventy-three percent of Utahns favor legalizing the medical use of marijuana, including strong majorities of Republicans and members of the LDS Church who self-identify as "very active," a new poll says.
The Senior's Guide to Medical Marijuana
Almost 40 years later, a marijuana legalization initiative was proposed, appropriately titled . The initiative appeared on the ballot in and was defeated, with 53.5 percent of voters casting "no" votes. came out against Proposition 19, saying (D) administration would "vigorously enforce the (Controlled Substances Act) against those individuals and organizations that possess, manufacture or distribute marijuana for recreational use, even if such activities are permitted under state law." Support for the proposition dropped drastically following Holder's statement. Mason Tvert, spokesperson for the Marijuana Policy Project, said the 2010 initiative was defeated because "it was done during a midterm election." He continued, "If it had been done in a presidential election, things might have turned out very differently. We find that the more people who vote, the more who favor ending marijuana prohibition."
The war on drugs took a decisive turn on Election Day
The link between mental health disorders and drug use is long and well-accepted. However, many people self-medicate with marijuana, not realizing that it can actually worsen symptoms of mental health disorders. Specifically, marijuana can cause and worsen symptoms of depression. The correlation between has been well-documented in multiple studies.