Ban guns, not pot

Some people have only smoked pot once, and perhaps when they were young.

Many B.C. residents smoke marijuana or have at least tried it once, and they shouldn’t be banned from the U.S. for admitting they did. Especially after Washington State residents voted to legalize marijuana.

Some people have only smoked pot once, and perhaps when they were young. I think that banning them from a country is a little harsh.

Smoking marijuana does more harm to the user than it does to others. The Americans should be more focused on banning guns and fixing their economy, not banning people for admitting to pot use. There are a lot of other things that are far more dangerous than marijuana.

 

Hema Morgan, Surrey

Surrey North Delta Leader