A few days back I answered this other question about can you be a wonderful parent and still smoke weed. I said weed and alcohol aren't any different and as long as you aren't going to extremes or allowing it to conflict with your parental duties there isn't a reason you can't be an awesome parent and smoke pot. The answer directly after mine said there is a huge difference between alcohol and weed because weed is illegal.
But in there are 13 different states in which there are either statewide or multiple counties where marijuana has been decriminalized...
So if the only difference is that one is legal, does that mean you can be a good parent if you live where it's legal? And you can't if you don't?
So, assuming a parent lives in an area where the use of marijuana has been decriminalized, and the parents are not allowing their use of marijuana to interfere with their caring for their children (children are loved, fed, clean, etc.), can they still be an awesome parent? Why or why not?
Answer by MarGeee at 12:30 AM on Sep. 6, 2011
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