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 Deleted answered…5mos

No, drug makes people to cannot think rationally, drugs destroy right of body of people.

 Deleted answered…5mos

No, drug makes people to cannot think rationally, drugs destroy right of body.

@93QG7Z2 from Oklahoma answered…6mos

Yes, and support a increased funding for addiction prevention, treatments, and rehabilitation, as well as mandatory rehabilitation programs in lieu of imprisonment.

@52YRS68 answered…6mos

Yes, but only for drugs that are harmless and provide medical benefits like marijuana.

@52K2TFY answered…7mos

Yes , on all drugs as more restrictions leads people to have more issues rather than less

@6545S3Z from Georgia answered…8mos

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time, and increase addiction prevention and rehabilitation funding.

@93DHP4B from Kansas answered…8mos

@93DHP4B from Kansas answered…8mos

@93CS3TH from Texas answered…8mos

Yes, based on evidence, the focus should be on rehabilitating those suffering from addiction.

@93BYRXQ from Pennsylvania answered…8mos

Regardless, initiatives need to be taken against pornography as well.

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, for most but not all drugs, and we should also retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time, because we should be treating drug abuse as a health issue, not a criminal issue

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, for most but not all drugs, and we should also retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…9mos

Yes, but the government must regulate and tax the production and distribution of drugs, and enforce criminal laws against drug traffickers effectively. Otherwise, we should focus more on education, rehabilitation and treatment by increasing funding for rehabilitation programs.

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

No, but the penalty for drug dealing should be increased, rather than the penalty for drug use.

@92MKPWZ from California answered…9mos

@85VGV97 from Ohio answered…9mos

Yes, and open clinics to help addicts get the medical help they need

@8ZK5HYT from New York answered…9mos

No, but this decision should be made at the state and local level

@8ZK5HYT from New York answered…9mos

Regardless, this decision should be made at the state and local level

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…10mos

Yes, but regulate and tax the production and distribution of drugs, and enforce criminal laws against drug traffickers more effectively. Drug addiction should be treated as a health/social problem, and we must focus more on education, rehabilitation and treatment for drug users (who are also victims) by increasing funding for rehabilitation programs.

 @928PJ8Q from California answered…10mos

@7G3G2W3 from New York answered…10mos

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…10mos

Yes, with better, more efficient regulation of production and distribution of drugs, and increased funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction should be treated as a health/social problem – which warrants rehabilitation and treatment.

@9242PSR from North Carolina answered…10mos

@8ZYQ3M6 from California answered…10mos

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but the government should regulate it because regardless, people are going to keep doing drugs so try to make it safer for people, while we increase funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction is a social/health problem which should be dealt with rehabilitation and treatment, and not a criminal problem.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but the government should regulate it because regardless, people are going to keep doing drugs so try to make it safer for people, while we increase funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction is more of a health issue than a crime, and it should be dealt with rehabilitation and treatment.

@5BMX4XT answered…11mos

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those serving non-violent sentences.

@8T9KVZK from Tennessee answered…11mos

Yes, and we should legalize all drugs as well as retroactively reducing sentences for those already serving time

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but the government should regulate it because regardless, people are going to keep doing drugs so try to make it safer for people, while we increase funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction is a mental health issue, and it should be dealt with rehabilitation and treatment instead of imprisonment.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but the government should regulate it because regardless, people are going to keep doing drugs so try to make it safer for people, while we try to increase funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction should be treated as a health issue which warrants rehabilitation and treatment, and not a criminal issue.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but the government should regulate it because regardless people are going to keep doing drugs so try to make it safer for people, while we increase funding for rehabilitation programs where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction should be treated as a health issue and it should be dealt with rehabilitation and treatment, rather than a criminal problem.

@heatherdvdprince… answered…11mos

No, we should not decriminalize drugs, except under supervision of a medical professional, and we should I clude mental health education in schools to teach alternatives to calming yourself with drugs like marijuana.

@8ZM7993 from Ohio answered…11mos

No, except for the use of medicinal marijuana for the purpose of dire issues like cancer or chronic illnesses.

@8ZLD3MT from Oklahoma answered…11mos

Yes, but for the ones that have been scientifically proven to help people when they are sick/I’ll shouldn’t be decriminalized

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, reduce sentences for those already serving time for non-violent drug offenses, and increase funding for rehabilitation programs, where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction is a public health issue, and it should be dealt with through rehabilitation in lieu of imprisonment.

@8YZMZYF from Georgia answered…12mos

Yes, the use of drugs shouldn't be a crime selling or actions while using should be

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, reduce sentences for those already serving time for non-violent drug offenses, and increase funding for rehabilitation programs, where people addicted to drugs can seek help. Drug addiction should be treated as a health issue and not a crime, and it should be dealt with through rehabilitation in lieu of imprisonment.

@8YJ6ZGY from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes, but still have some sort of punishment for drug dealers and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation.

@8T5QRDV from Maine answered…1yr

yes, and supports an increase in funding for addiction prevention, treatment and rehabilitation, as well as compulsory rehabilitation programs instead of prison

@8Y9795B from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes, but only for drugs that can cause harm to themselves or others.

@8Y9796Q from Michigan answered…1yr

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, legalize marijuana but not all drugs. Also, reduce sentences for those serving time for non-violent drug offenses, and provide more funding for rehabilitation programs, where people addicted to drugs can seek help. However, drug traffickers should still be punished but only if it's done correctly.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, legalize marijuana (both medical and recreational) but not other drugs like cocaine and heroin. Reduce sentences for those serving time for drug offenses, and provide more funding for rehabilitation programs, where people addicted to drugs can seek help. However, drug traffickers should still be punished but only if it's done correctly.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, legalize marijuana (both medical and recreational) but not other drugs like cocaine and heroin. Reduce sentences for those serving time for drug offenses, and provide more funding for rehabilitation programs, where people addicted to drugs can seek help. However, drug dealers should still be punished but only if it's done correctly.

@8558FRW from Utah answered…1yr

No, but change punishment to community service and rehab attendance (for users)

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