Marijuana ‘Infinitely Worse’ Than Tobacco, Says Canadian PM Harper

There's just overwhelming and growing scientific and medical evidence about the bad long-term effects of marijuana,”he said, without backing his claims with any examples.

CANADA: The debate over legal marijuana usage in Canada has become one of key issues in the federal election, pitting Liberal leader Justin Trudeau against the Conservative Stephen Harper, who has challenged his opponent’s pro-legalization stance claiming marijuana is “infinitely worse” than tobacco.

“Tobacco is a product that does a lot of damage. Marijuana is infinitely worse and it’s something that we do not want to encourage,” Harper said, pointing to the dark sides of smoking weed after his opponent Trudeau vowed to legalize marijuana if elected.

Trying to explain why he was so bothered by marijuana, given that tobacco and alcohol are regulated and pot is used for medicinal purposes, Harper said, that the plant is bad for human health.

“There’s just overwhelming and growing scientific and medical evidence about the bad long-term effects of marijuana,”he said, without backing his claims with any examples.

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