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The Pros & Cons of legalizing marijuana, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Some people are all for the legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes, while others just want the freedom of getting high in public. Marijuana is legal in some states and offenders who were jailed at some point were exonerated due to this change in the law. But what will be the moral consequences be if marijuana becomes legal in every state?

Legalized marijuana or weed for recreational use is already existent in several states in the US, including Colorado and Washington, where voters passed ballot initiatives and may not have even realized it. As expected, weed is considered as a dangerous drug, the move has raised plenty of questions and has become a hot topic in debates.

However the question is still debated……is this a wise or wrong move?

Tune into “Conversations Of A Sistah” at 6:30 p.m. EST. on blog talk radio for Tracy L. Bell’s commentary on “The Pros & Cons” of legalizing marijuana.

We’re taking calls on this topic in the studio at 1-917-889-7872. 

All links in this post will access the show.

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105 thoughts on “The Pros & Cons of legalizing marijuana, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah””

  1. I’m on the fence about it. People blazing up anyway. It’s just that the gov found a way to tax it that’s why they wanna legalize it.

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      1. You legalize it and the world goes mad. With anything else people will be addicted. Some of us can’t practice restraints. I’m guessing folk will lose their jobs and some won’t even qualify for failing to pass a drug test. Please the consequences will be great.

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      1. Good afternoon good people.
        Yes I’ll be tuned in.
        I don’t really give a damn about her topics I tune in to hear her voice. I fucking love her voice. So her topics don’t move me. But her voice💓💕💖

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  2. Brothaz got locked for it now they wanna legalize it. How convenient. I have no yes or no on the matter. I don’t indulge. But what we need to be thinking about is, how will it affect future generations🙄

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  3. Legalize marijuana and er damn body will be high. Those doctors and lawyers y’all depend on will be high because I’m sure some of them get high on the DL anyways

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      1. Legalize marijuana and er damn body will be high. Those doctors and lawyers y’all depend on will be high
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        Really? So these professionals don’t practice self control? We all might have sex in private but we don’t in public. It’s like saying we as humans don’t practice self control🙄

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      2. Erbody won’t be high. Not everyone use the product they sell. I wouldn’t get high off my own supply.🙄 not a good look.

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      1. We all know if it’s legalized it will not be consumed for medicinal purposes only.
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        Surely won’t. People will consume for the pleasure of it all

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  4. No different then an opioid or medication addiction. I guess if the gov can sway on your weaknesses they’ll have u weak. Not for legalizing another substance to be abused and to keep or people in mental bondage.

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  5. I know couples who get high at least once or twice a weak. They say it’s a stress reliever🙄 I’m like really? But they do it from behind their own closed doors.

    And NO they are not sick.

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  6. I know couples who get high at least once or twice a weak. They say it’s a stress reliever🙄 I’m like really? But they do it from behind their own closed doors.
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    😉wow

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  7. Not for legalizing it.
    Nope. 🙄 Smh
    Now the gov figured out how to make money off of it like big pharma. He’ll no!

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    1. And because they found a way to tax it is the reason I’m not completely sold out on legalizing it. ..they are always up to something and that you better believe.

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  8. I know Tracy is addressing this topic because it will be on the ballot in the upcoming gobernatural election. New Jersians will decide if it will be legalized.

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    1. Voters in this year’s New Jersey governor’s race are not just picking Chris Christie’s successor.

      Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

      Electing Democrat Phil Murphy means New Jersey would soon join eight other states in legalizing marijuana for people 21 and older and creating what is predicted to be a multi-billion-dollar industry. He’s promised to sign a legalization bill into law within the first 100 days of his term. Democrats who control the state Legislature appear willing.

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      1. Thank you Nicole because I’m seeing for recreational purposes not medicinal big difference. Tracy is going to give the 411 now I can’t wait to hear this show.

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      2. He’s promised to sign a legalization bill into law within the first 100 days of his term
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        Which means no vote but a bill he’ll sign into law. That means if this guy gets elected, it’s a done deal.

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  9. Whitney said it best in her “one of those days song., when she said roll myself a reef🤣

    C’mon what people do in private will and should remain that way. We all do something to unwind.😄

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    1. We all do something to unwind
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      I have a massage or get a pedi🤗 all my real ladies know what I’m talking about.

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  10. Legalize those funny cigarettes? Well that depends, will you need a prescription? Or will u just buy it off ya weed dealer like most. Either way some will see it as win win

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      1. It means you get high where ever and w/o suffering legal ramifications. You can buy and sell it for a living. I would go on but I’m sure these are the very things Tracy will cover in tonight’s show.

        So…..tune in🤘

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    1. Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia currently have laws broadly legalizing marijuana in some form.

      Seven states and the District of Columbia have adopted the most expansive laws legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Most recently, California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada all passed measures in November legalizing recreational marijuana.

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  11. I think the purpose for passing this law and making it legal is for gain. I know a lot of weed dealers with good fulltime jobs. Justsaying.

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  12. If for recreational purposes., there are those who will be happy as hail. The smell of weed will be the scent in every hood😁 pizza delivery drivers everywhere will get a buzz from the delivery alone🤣

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  13. Make it legal.
    Everybody can’t work for the white man.
    Legalizing marijuana will help fooquan get ahead 👊power to the people

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  14. Trace Obama will be campaigning today for Phil Murphy. Phil want to secure the black vote so he’s pulling out Obama’s was in order to do so🙄

    Heard the rewind of your show. If NO legalize weed, the hood will get rich 😁

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      1. Fuck fat ass Crispy Cream. He has his own agenda anyways. It’s been an opioid addiction in Jersey it’s just that him in a commercial with the lil Becky make it a crises when he should drag his fat ass down to the hood. Make a commercial with shaquanda from the projects that’s the shut that’s real😡😡

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