Name: Instructor: Course: Date: How The Federal Legalization Of Marijuana has Affected the Sales of Alcohol Abstract The writer of this paper comprehensively analyzes how the federal legalization of marijuana has affected the sales of alcohol. Moe so the empirical analysis of the study focuses on a sample of adults over twenty-one years from Washington as well as Colorado among other states that have legalized recreational and medicinal marijuana. Subsequently the paper will focus on the data from Centre for Disease Control’s Behavior Risks Surveillance Survey which indicates that there exists no significant on the effect on the impact of marijuana on alcohol intake. So this study fails to support or refute that the two products are complements as well as substitutes and marijuana. Further the study aims at exploring the effects of legalizing marijuana in the mentioned states and what the federal government should do to eliminate the problems individuals from accessing the drug and prevent misuse which results in increased health care and production costs. Also states that have enacted the laws should impose stricter laws to prevent teenagers from accessing the drug since the age limit for obtaining the drug is twenty-one years and over. Work Cited American Public Health Association. “Regulating Commercially Legalized Marijuana as a Public Healthy Priority.” American Public Health Association Inc 2015. Cumming Janet Hochenberry J . and Wen Hefei. “ The Effects of Medicinal Marijuana Laws on Marijuana Alcohol and Hard Rug Use.” National Bureau of Economic Research 2014. Gorman Linda. “Consequences of Legalizing Marijuana.” The National Bureau of Economic Research 2016. Sacco Lisa and Finklea Kristin. “State Marijuana Legalization initiatives: Implications for Federal Law Enforcement.” Congressional Research Service 2014. Keyes Scott. “Alcohol Sales Get Higher After the Weed Legalization Contrary o Industry Fears.” The Guardian News and Media Limited 2016. [...]
The sources used must include scholarly material and should involve extensive use of the library’s databases. The expected percentage of scholarly sources will vary according to your topic. The paper must adhere strictly to MLA or APA formatting and citation guidelines. also need 6 cited sources in an annotated bibliography. paper actually needs to be from 3000-3600 words. Don't know if this a possibility but a rough draft of the original work would be helpful too. Thanks!