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Axia College Material Appendix D Strategies for Gathering Information Source (Formatted using APA style guidelines) What makes the source credible or noncredible? What information can you gather from this source? N.A. "Legalizing marijuana: Adults can decide for themselves." USA Today (n.d.): MasterFILE Premier . EBSCO. Web. 8 Apr. 2011. This source may be biased however the source is USA today so I do find it credible. I also find it credible because I found it in the ecampus library That Marijuana is a multibillion- dollar war and that legalizing Marijuana would be good thing instead of cops focusing on someone with weed they could be stopping a drunk driver from killing innocent people. Moffatt, M. (2011). Should Governments Legalize and Tax Marijuana?
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Unformatted text preview: [http://economics.abo ut.com/od/incometaxe staxcuts/a/marijuana.h tm]. Message posted to http://economics.abou t.com/od/incometaxest axcuts/a/marijuana.ht m To me this is a crediable source because of the authors extrem knowledge in economics and I use about.com a lot I also recheck my facts and as of yet my facts have always checked out. A study estimates that the average price of 0.5 grams (a unit) of marijuana sold for $8.60 on the street, while its cost of production was only $1.70. In a free market, a $6.90 profit for a unit of marijuana would not last for long. <insert APA reference> <insert APA reference> <insert APA reference> <insert APA reference> com220r6 <insert APA reference> <insert APA reference> com220r6...
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