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The Top 5 Best Ideas for Constitutional Amendments

3. Legalization of Marijuana

If the prohibition of alcohol in the early 20th Century taught us one thing, it’s this: prohibition doesn’t work. The “War on Drugs” has been an abysmal failure and has put countless numbers of non-violent men and women behind bars. All for what? Smoking a joint? C’mon, folks. Personal responsibility is key. If you are for allowing someone to smoke a cigarette or have a drink, then you are nothing short of a hypocrite in a stance against legalizing marijuana.

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