Many athletes and coaches have spoken out in support of legalized marijuana. And while many of these players have made excellent arguments, none of them may be as good as the one written by Al Harrington.

Former NBA player Al Harrington wrote an impassioned plea to end the War on Marijuana. While the article is called "9 Reasons to End the War on Marijuana," it's actually a combination of Harrington's experiences through family and friends using cannabis as well as statistics backing up legalization.

In the article, Harrington talks about his grandmother who grew up believing the narrative that marijuana was evil and would lead to criminal behavior, until she developed chronic pain at 80-years-old and couldn't find any other medication to help treat it.

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Joseph Misulonas ~ Civilized.Life

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