Marijuana Regulatory Frameworks in Four US States: An Analysis Against a Public Health
Synthetic cannabis laced with rat poison a risk to US blood supply, FDA warns
All young cannabis users face psychosis risk (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/898120)
Above, click on blue for the three separate links to current articles featured in Medscape. Please read
all three, and then synthesize the information to help you formulate your own opinion, providing support
as to whether or not psychological, neurological, physiological, and pubic risks outweigh benefits for the
legalization of medical marijuana in the state of Texas.
To assist you in completing your position paper, references have been provided below for the above
three journal articles, formatted according to APA. You must have a separate cover page, separate
reference page, (abstract is not necessary), and the body of your position paper should be at least 500
words in length.
In addition, your submission must follow APA formatting conventions and be representative of original
work you have completed for this class. Please do not recycle previous papers–Turn-It-In is turned on.
Feel free to add charts, diagrams, and/or images to support your position paper.
Anderson, P. (2018). All young cannabis users face psychosis risk. Medscape
Medical News [online]. Retrieved from
Barry, R., & Glantz, S. (2018). Marijuana regulatory frameworks in four US states:
An analysis against a pubic health standard. American Journal of Public
Health, 108(7)914-923. In Medscape [online]. Retrieved from
7/28/2020 Lab Activity: Chapter 13
Brooks, M. (2018). Synthetic cannabis laced with rat poison a risk to US blood
supply, FDA warns. Medscape Medical News [online]. Retrieved from
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