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NEG - Industrial Hemp Legalization CON

NEG - Industrial Hemp Legalization CON

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Published by Preston Black
Here is the final Hemp brief. I hope it satifies all of you CA debaters ;-)

Thnx to Zack Voell and Joseph Samelson for lettin me post some of their research. Their contribution to this bried has been huge : )
Here is the final Hemp brief. I hope it satifies all of you CA debaters ;-)

Thnx to Zack Voell and Joseph Samelson for lettin me post some of their research. Their contribution to this bried has been huge : )

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Published by: Preston Black on Apr 22, 2010
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1. The claimed advantages of cannabis hemp over other raw materials are false .....................162. Hemp is a financially irresponsible plant predicted to return net losses in the US ..................163. It seems questionable that U.S. producers could remain profitable at the low end of theestimated net returns .....................................................................................................164. The market for hemp products might easily be oversupplied .............................................175. Uncertainty about demand for hemp and the potential for oversupply discounts the prospectsfor hemp as an economically viable ...................................................................................176. The U.S. market for hemp fibers is, and will likely remain, a small, thin market ...................177. A domestic hemp industry will face tough competition from better-established U.S. industries ...................................................................................................................................188. Hemp is not economically beneficial – paper proves .........................................................189. Hemp is not economically beneficial – plastic and synthetic fibers proves ............................1810. Hemp is not economically beneficial – vegetable oil/fuel proves .......................................1811. Hemp is not economically beneficial – food and cosmetic products proves .........................19
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A. We are Winning the War on Drugs ...............................................................................291. For almost all drugs, there are signs of overall stability – whether we speak of production,trafficking or consumption ...............................................................................................292. Across America, workplace drug tests suggest that meth use has been falling .....................293. The top U.S. drugs official has said anti-drug efforts are having the best results of the past 20years ............................................................................................................................29B. Legalizing Hemp Hinders the War on Drugs ...................................................................311. Legalizing hemp would undercut the government’s drug enforcement effort ........................312. It’s hard to distinguish hemp from marijuana ..................................................................31C. Terrorism is Linked to Drugs .......................................................................................321. There are links between terrorism and illegal drug trafficking ............................................322. Three African terrorists are accused of being Al Qaeda associates and conspiring to smugglecocaine .........................................................................................................................323. Western and African investigators have pointed to concrete signs of the convergence of drugsand terrorism ................................................................................................................32
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