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Causal Essay Rewrite – Ally Hodgson

So, How Did Marijuana Get Placed Into Schedule One in the First Place? Marijuana is a schedule one drug. A schedule one drug is described under the Controlled Substances Act as:  “hav[ing] a high potential for abuse, have no currently … Continue reading

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Reflective – Ally Hodgson

Comp. Two? Didn’t I learn enough in Comp. One? I feel like I have grown as a writer since Comp. One. I’ve learned how to write a research paper and I’ve learned using a lot of quotes and no original … Continue reading

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Research Position – Ally Hodgson

Marijuana: What’s the Right Schedule? The Controlled Substances Act instated in 1970 is a piece of drug regulation legislation we still use today. This act organizes almost any prescription or illegal drug into categories. The categories are defined in the … Continue reading

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15 Sources Annotated – Ally Hodgson

For my research paper I will be analyzing the placement of marijuana in the Schedule 1 drug category under the Controlled Substances Act. According to the act, schedule 1 drugs are the deadliest drugs and will get you in the … Continue reading

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Causal Essay – Ally Hodgson

So, How Did Marijuana Get Placed Into Schedule One in the First Place? Marijuana is a schedule one drug. A schedule one drug is described under the Controlled Substances Act as:  “hav[ing] a high potential for abuse, have no currently … Continue reading

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Sources 11-15 – Ally Hodgson

11. The Legal Jam Background: This is an article about the court case that made marijuana legal for medicinal use in California. It also looks into the Supreme Court Case that stemmed from this. How I Plan to Use It: I plan … Continue reading

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Critical Reading – Ally Hodgson

Lewington 00:00-00:12 I knew that if I didn’t get a transplant in time, my life was running out very rapidly. This sentence is full of color, but he uses it to make the viewer feel for him. He wants the … Continue reading

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