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If it doesn't, shouldn't that mean that it is up to the states to decide whether it is legal or not under the 10th amendment? I just think that if it doesn't, then it is unconstitutional for the government to prohibit the sale/use of it, since the 10th amendment states that powers not directly given to the government in the constitution should be left up to the states.
You can't "be right" in a legal sense without looking at the decisions of the Court as it is the Court that "says what the law is" (Marbury v Madison). The Commerce Clause in Article 1 section 8 gives Congress the right to regulate marijuana. I know a literal reading doesn't really sound like it gives Congress that power but a literal reading of the Constitution isn't terribly helpful in understanding it. For example, a literal reading would lead one to believe that the states can prohibit sodomy but Lawrence v Texas says otherwise or Griswold v Connecticut where the Court ruled that the state can't deny access to birth control. Yes, to many people these two rulings sound obvious because they think it's ridiculous for a state to legislate such matters but where in the Constitution does it say the state can't? I'm stressing the point that to really understand the Constitution, one must read a whole slew of Court decisions as those decisions form precedent which strongly influences how the Court will rule on future cases (the Court seldom overturns one of its prior decisions - a principal called stare decisis). As far as the objection in one of the answers concerning growing it for your own use, see Wickard v Filburn where the Court ruled that Congress had the right to regulate wheat growth even for personal use. I am not an attorney but I have quite an interest in Constitutional Law. Initially I asked myself questions like this then one of my attorney friends told me to go read a con law text book which she loaned me and after reading hundreds of decisions in the book (which is pretty much all the book is, opinion after opinion after opinion), I've realized how naive it was of me to simply read the Constitution and ask "how can the government do X".
If you grow it for your own use, then there is no way that it should fall under the Commerce Clause, and therefore is not the federal government's business. Interstate commerce in marijuana can be regulated by the federal government. Unfortunately, the Court has used judicial activism to carve out a huge "drug exception" to the Constitution.
It is left up to the state. In the state of MAINE its a just like getting a speeding ticket! indiana brought it to the state but the Governor of indiana said he would vito it if it passed they did not bother to vote!
That would be true if the courts agreed with you. But, they do not. Now go outside and play.