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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? The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (2010) Real World Ramifications of Cannabis Legalization and Decriminalization from Group_ID=8110 They are the oldest surviving organization for the reform of marijuana laws. Articles are referenced and cited. Anything I need for my paper can be found through Norml’s website. They have a great breakdown of the different states and where they stand on legalization High Times (2006) 420 Campaign - The HIGH TIMES Strategy for Legalization from
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Unformatted text preview: Source comes from a published article in the High Times magazine which is a nationally published periodical. Various resources about the legalization movement and the marijuana culture (2010, March 12). Marijuana legalization? A White House rebuttal, finally. Christian Science Monitor , p. 1. Retrieved from MasterFILE Premier database. Retrieved from university library Reactions from Washington over proposed marijuana law reforms (n.d). marijuana. Retrieved from XRefer XML database. Retrieved from university library History of marijuana use, why people use it, medical facts (n.d). Marijuana Laws. Retrieved from CQ Press: CQ Researcher database. Retrieved from university library Overview and breakdown of marijuana laws. com220r3...
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  • Cannabis, Hashish, Global Marijuana March, Legality of cannabis by country, Legal and medical status of cannabis

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