The Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana in the Medical Field
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"Your essay clearly addresses the controversy surrounding the legalization and use of marijuana for health purposes and you refer to facts and research which inform your subject. You provided some answers to your introductory question, "What are the effects of marijuana on the human body?" but you did not spend time addressing your other opening question, which asked if "legalizing [marijuana] would be beneficial for us or should it be banned?" When introducing questions which indicate the topic of your paper, it is important to make sure that the rest of your paper satisfactorily answers those questions. Your essay does not have a real conclusion, so you could add to it and address this omission. The paper does need a thorough proofreading to address sentence structure, grammar and mechanics issues. Finally, remember that it's very important to cite your sources within your paper; refer to the APA style guide to see how this is done. Any facts, claims, studies, statistics, etc. should clearly reference the source and these sources should be listed on a separate References page at the end of the essay."
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