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Cannabis is a lot safer compared to other opiate drugs given that it is less likely to cause an addiction. There are still limited research and knowledge for its effects in terms of whether short-term use as well as long-term Youth and different populations, especially in youth the because of the limited research and understanding of how the how the Cannabis can
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It is difficult to.
Predict what the result as well as any long-term consequences that this new law would have on the general public as well. There is also concerns from the public reception of cannabis use especially as it may be rejected in certain communities or individuals of different cultures and religions.
So for example parents can be concerned about the accessibility of cannabis for their children.
Especially given the unknown effects of cannabis among the young population.
As well this can lead to local protests or complaints regarding the the implementation of the law such as whether it can't be executed it to ensure that there is safe use as well as legal access to the drugs. So that is as much as possible preventing.
Individuals under for example the age limit of 18 to be able to buy it or making or streamlining the process so that those who are purchasing it are getting high quality drugs. That would not cause health concerns.
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Completeness for the execution of this bill and that could again trickle back into the parental concern as will concerns from more conservative communities or religious groups over the potential risks of obtaining.
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