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1. Should commercially sold products that are known to cause addiction be required to have large, clear, unambiguous warning labels?
Alcohol warning labels state that the use of their product by pregnant women could cause birth defects, impair drivers, and cause health problems. However, the design and size of the warning label is difficult to read and it certainly doesn't warn consumers of the risk of alcoholism. Tobacco manufactures have fought against having clear warning labels on their products for decades, even after multiple lawsuits proved their products cause cancer. Big Tobacco is currently taking over Big Marijuana. How long might it be before the public is warned about the health risks of using marijuana?