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Harper says marijuana is ‘infinitely worse’ than tobacco

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says the impact of marijuana on health is “infinitely worse” than tobacco, and its use should be discouraged. The issue of legalizing marijuana was raised in Friday night’s election debate. (Oct. 3)

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‘Marijuana is infinitely worse’ than tobacco, Harper says as

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Harper: Cannabis ‘Infinitely Worse’ than Tobacco

Comparative risk assessment of alcohol, tobacco, cannabis and other illicit drugs using the margin of exposure approach – study
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State of the Evidence: cannabis use and regulation (International Centre for Science in Drug Policy report)
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Reasons for recent marijuana use in relation to use of other illicit drugs among high school seniors in the United States – study
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Teen marijuana use not linked to later depression, lung cancer, other health problems, research finds
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Canadian teens lead developed world in cannabis use: Unicef report
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Marijuana not a gateway drug, says UVic study
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“‘Marijuana is infinitely worse’ than tobacco” – Canadian PM Harper is out of touch with reality

Tobacco is a product that does a lot of damage — marijuana is infinitely worse and is something we do not want to encourage.”, says Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Last year, Health Canada kicked off an anti-marijuana ad campaign — repeated shortly before the start of the election campaign — that said the drug was responsible for lower IQs, a statement derived from two separate studies whose conclusions have since been challenged. According to Vote Compass, 75 per cent of Conservative supporters favour either decriminalization or legalization of marijuana for personal use, compared to 86 per cent of respondents overall. In this video, Walter offers his perspective on the topic of Marijuana legalization, the criminal justice system, political puppets, and how “divide and conquer” tactics are used against the public so that the power elite can maintain control.

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‘Marijuana is infinitely worse’ than tobacco, Harper says as he encourages pot debate to go up in smoke

Vote Compass: Majority of Canadians support softer marijuana laws

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Tough-On-Crime Harper Campaigns with Crack Mayor

Despite continued attack ads aimed at the Liberals for proposing to legalise cannabis, tough-on-crime Conservative Party Leader Stephen Harper is spending the last week of the election campaigning with Rob and Doug Ford.

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