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    Helping the T in Lgbt

    Helping the T in LGBT When you were born, your parents welcomed a healthy baby boy or girl into the world. Depending on your sex, you were given a pink or blue blanket, and “male” or “female” was written on your birth certificate. From then on, specific gender roles are assigned to you, and you are expected to follow societies rules associated with those roles. You’re expected to identify and present yourself in ways that mirror your sex and gender. This is not a problem, for most of us. We have

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    Juvenile Crime Issues

    Juvenile Crime Issues CJS 200 February 12, 2012 Juvenile Crime Issues Children and young adults today are exposed to media shows and movies that affect them. Many have broken homes, face poverty and have other problems in school that affect them and can cause them to do wrong things. The arrest rates for juvenile males are 70%, and 30% for females. Anyone under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile. There are six categories of children in the juvenile justice system. The delinquent

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    Women Offenders in the United States

    By the end of 2007, there were more than 1.27 million women in prison or jail or on parole or probation in the United States. The most common crimes for women offenders are drug related or property crimes. Education, or the lack thereof, is a major component in the incarceration of women. There are various rehabilitation programs for female inmates re-entering society, in hopes for them to become productive members of society once again. Besides the fact that they are incarcerated, there are many

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    Retreat in the Canadian Criminal Justice System

    Sutton-Bennett November 25, 2014 A Retreat in the CJS 2 Abstract In contemporary culture, an emphasis on a “tough on crime” criminal justice system has been a topic of debate amongst all citizens. In this paper, a comparison of statistical evidence and treatment rates will be discussed. The purpose is to stipulate evidence of declining crime rates, and alternative sanctions to the crime bill c-10. In addition, a consultation of rehabilitation methods and apprehension of why there is a disproportionality

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    Legalizing Marijuna

    Legalizing Marijuana 1 Crystal N. Nichol Tiffany Davis March 5, 2012 Dying To Get High: Marijuana as Medicine People around the world are dying to get high, off the cannabis also known as marijuana to treat certain medical conditions, which is why marijuana is something that should be legally justified to treat specific pre existing medical conditions in all fifty states (Meltzer,2004). The controversial issue of legalizing marijuana for medical use is a worldwide concern, although

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    Human Trafficking

    By: Crystal Busscher 5th hour Sex Slaves The Burmese government has committed serious abuses and blocked humanitarian aid to tens of thousands of displaced civilians since June 2011, in fighting in Burma's northern Kachin State, Human Rights Watch said. Some 75,000 ethnic Kachin displaced persons and refugees are in desperate need of food, medicine, and shelter, Human Rights Watch said. In Burma, the Burmese army have been attacking villages, razed homes, pillaged properties, and forcing

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    Cannabis/Marijuana for Our Environment, Health and Ecology

    Cannabis/Marijuana for Our Environment, Health and Ecology A Research Paper in English Submitted to: Mrs. Ma. Leonor M. Vertucio Submitted by: Mayuga, John Angel Ocino, Angel Joseph I. Introduction Our topic is about Cannabis, also known as  marijuana  (sometimes spelled "marihuana") among many other names,  refers to any number of  preparations  of the Cannabis  plant  intended for use as a  psychoactive drug  or for medicinal  purposes

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    Final for Conp. Ii

    his 4-year-old playmate. “On April 20, 1999, two teens went on a shooting spree at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, killing 13 people and wounding more than 20 others before turning their guns on themselves and committing suicide. The crime was the worst high school shooting in U.S. history and prompted a national debate on gun control and school safety, as well as a major investigation to determine what motivated the gunmen, Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17. There was speculation

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    health reason because they suffer from Multiple Sclerosis, cancer, AIDS. This controversial issue of legalizing marijuana has been on forefront of American debate for years, most recently picking up more attention with currently 14 states pending legislation or ballot measures to legalize medical marijuana, more states are taken notice the economic and medical advantages this proposal brings. From the money generated from taxes to the money saved cutting the judicial process of marijuana arrest. Should

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    Marijuana Should Be Legalized

    foremost Marijuana should be legalized because of medical reasons. It helps people with certain medical conditions. Some of the conditions include Cancer, Glaucoma, and Anxiety Disorders. Marijuana helps Cancer patients eat, improves the eyesight of people with Glaucoma, and helps calms the nerves of people with Anxiety Disorders. Although it contains no healing properties, it does help to improve the quality of life for some who are suffering. Many drugs kill people; nevertheless, marijuana is not one

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