This article is also quite neutral based and that it talks about the history of marijuana and how it is a main source of shoot-ups and is one of the most serious of crimes to commit but that the legalization of this drug may actually be a step forward for the medical field due to its stress-relieving properties. It is extremely stat based and pretty much talks about how if so many people do it can it really be a bad thing. Their is a bit of bias to the pro side but otherwise is straightforward and is thus credible.
Some people have found the marijuana has helped their pets deal with old age and serve as an alternative pain killer which allows the animals to be more at ease as they face more medical complications such as pains and cancer. Although, many veterinarians and health advisers are unable to provide a clear view on if it really helps due to federal law prevention. The article isn't really biased and more than anything it is just stating a new use for cannabis. Because article is neutral I feel its trustworthy.
This article is more con than it is pro because it very much hits hard on the idea that their is no real evidence of the significant effects of what good marijuana can do for the body and that it can cause respiratory and potential negative side affects. Yet at the same time it mentioned that depending on the illness the user has nothing to lose and that it may actually help ease the pain compared to enforce it. The only real bias is that it throws out some claims without strong evidence to back it up. But because this only occurred once or twice it is still solid.
This article is pretty much explaining that their are good and bad things about marijuana and using it for medical purposes. The overall is that they should hold-off on legalizing it because their isn't a lot of research done and that although it is proven to help ease pain their is still high risks of addiction occurring due to it. Overall, the article isn't very heavily biased and if it were to be a bit more to one side I say it be for the pro side and this is because the cons are just more vaguely mentioned. The reason this source is credible is because it does provide a solid base from the neutral perspective and is not heavily weighed from either perspective.
This article is heavily con-marijuana legalization and although it is definitely one-sided it does acknowledge the other side and provides counterclaim so it doesn't completely shun the other side of the story. Plus, it is full of statistics and evidence, usually from credible sources and is thus not just pulling numbers from no where. This is why I believe its credible, The main focus on the article was about how marijuana is not a good idea for the medical world and it mentioned that areas which do legalize experience raises in pot-related emergencies and that due to the drug being highly addictive it shouldn't be allowed.