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Recreational marijuana use will be legalized, and lawyers say there will be an increase in terms of criminal charges and civil cases as a result. From the perspective on how this will impact the courts, do you support pot legalization?

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 Recreational marijuana use will be legalized, and lawyers say there will be an increase in terms of criminal charges and civil cases as a result. From the perspective on how this will impact the courts, do you support pot legalization?

Yes. While there will no doubt be an impact on the courts from this change, the overall social benefits of legalization are positive.
Votes: 24
66.7%  
No. The move to legalize marijuana is short-sighted, and will lead to negative social results, including longer court delays.
Votes: 12
33.3%  

Number of Voters   36
Start Voting   2017-04-17 00:00:00
End Voting   2017-05-17 00:00:00

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