In May of 2017, New York City residents were in the midst of a heated, three-month debate over whether or not to legalize the sale of marijuana in the nation’s capital.
A new poll showed that, to date, nearly a quarter of all residents support the legalization of marijuana, with nearly half saying they would vote for it.
“The poll was really, really bad,” said Steve Rosenthal, a spokesperson for the Marijuana Policy Project, which had been instrumental in organizing the debate.
“People had no idea who the pollster was.”
The poll’s results were surprising, but not surprising.
In May, a study by the RAND Corporation found that only 16 percent of respondents supported marijuana legalization.
A survey by the Pew Research Center in May of this year showed that the majority of Americans support legalization, with more than half of Americans believing marijuana should be legalized.
The most recent survey by NORML, which also surveyed 2,200 adults in July, found that 55 percent of Americans in the U.S. support the right to possess, cultivate and distribute marijuana for medical and recreational use.
But despite this overwhelming support, the debate over marijuana’s legalization has continued.
In fact, the issue is still very much alive, despite the public’s continued support for the status quo.
The reason is simple.
According to the RAND study, most Americans believe marijuana should not be legal at all, even though marijuana has never been officially categorized as a Schedule 1 substance, meaning it has no accepted medical use and has no currently accepted abuse potential.
This means that marijuana is classified as a dangerous drug and illegal under federal law.
Even though there are a number of medical uses for marijuana, it is still classified as an illegal drug under federal laws.
Despite the fact that there are currently no federally-sanctioned recreational marijuana sales in the United States, a growing number of states are starting to experiment with recreational marijuana.
In July, California became the first state to begin legal recreational marijuana, after voters approved Measure AA in November of 2016.
This is the reason why Rosenthal thinks there are still so many unanswered questions about legalization.
The public doesn’t want to go through the hoops of making sure they have access to medical marijuana, said Rosenthal.
If you’re a veteran, and you’re having a seizure, you want to be able to get that medical marijuana that they have.
But people are not ready to go that far.
Rosenthal said that the lack of education on medical marijuana and the lack and lack of research on its benefits has made it hard for many people to understand what they are getting into.
There is a huge disconnect in people’s knowledge about medical marijuana.
When you think about it, there are only two things that people are legally allowed to do with medical marijuana: use it for their own medical needs, or for use by someone else.
There is no way for people to get their hands on medical cannabis without getting their hands dirty.
People also tend to assume that marijuana will not be harmful to their health.
The American Medical Association, the largest medical organization in the country, states that marijuana “does not appear to be a gateway drug.”
It is also hard to get accurate information about marijuana’s impact on your health, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The association says that marijuana’s effects on the body are more nuanced than many people are aware of.
The American College of Physicians and the American Cancer Society say that marijuana can cause “psychological or physical dependence” on marijuana.
It can also cause “severe psychological problems,” and “psychiatric dependency,” according to medical news outlet Medscape.
In a recent survey of 1,000 Americans, only 15 percent of people believed that marijuana was “not addictive” or “not harmful to the body.”
The American Medical Research Association (AMA), the largest association of medical professionals in the world, says that medical research shows that marijuana does not impair or cause long-term damage to the central nervous system, the heart or kidneys.
But, the AMA says that some studies have found that marijuana use may lead to increased risk for depression and anxiety.
It is true that marijuana has been used recreationally in the past, but it is a Schedule I drug.
There are no medical uses.
And if you want a medical use, you need to go to a doctor.
According to Rosenthal, there is also a lot of misinformation circulating about medical use of marijuana.
A majority of people believe that if you smoke marijuana you will get high.
The AMA says it is “not true.”
Rosenthal added that most people don’t know that marijuana leaves a very strong and lasting effect on the brain.
And people often don’t realize that marijuana actually acts as a neuroprotectant, which protects your brain from the harmful effects of stress, and is a major factor in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
Rosenthal says the lack