The Anti-Cannabis Stigma Died In My Family
The stigma against cannabis use is slowly dying globally.
In my experience within my own family, they have changed their views on cannabis. Originally the elderly was completely against it, even for medicinal use. As time went on and medicinal use became popular, they disgruntedly accepted its medicinal benefits.
The younger generation has always been very libertarian on the matter. They overwhelmingly support recreational use with age limits for consumption. As for taxes, zero taxes should be taken by the government for this useful plant. There has typically been some conflict between the older generation and the younger generation over whether or not it should be criminalized.
Today it is different, the family all generally agree that cannabis should be recreational or at the very least medicinal with insignificant punishments (decriminalized). This shift in thought came within just 2 generations, with most of the activism coming from the family within the last 15 years.
If one generation can start the process of liberalization, then the next can fulfill it. Has your family supported cannabis liberalization/decriminalization?