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Argument: Added health costs from legal marijuana will outweigh new tax revenues

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*[http://www.drugwatch.org/Cannabis%20Illegal.htm "Why Cannabis Must Remain Illegal". Drug Watch International. January 12, 2002] - "It is argued that the money saved could be spent on apprehending the big dealers and providing more treatment facilities. They conveniently forget that although alcohol and cigarettes are taxed to the hilt, the taxes gathered do not cover the cost of their medical treatment." *[http://www.drugwatch.org/Cannabis%20Illegal.htm "Why Cannabis Must Remain Illegal". Drug Watch International. January 12, 2002] - "It is argued that the money saved could be spent on apprehending the big dealers and providing more treatment facilities. They conveniently forget that although alcohol and cigarettes are taxed to the hilt, the taxes gathered do not cover the cost of their medical treatment."

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