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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, drug abuse should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal issue

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

No, this would encourage drug use and lower funding for rehabilitation centers

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@992S4B2 from Utah answered…5hrs

@992RQ3H from New York answered…5hrs

Yes, but only as a means of rehabilitation where the inevitable goal is being sober.

@992LNSJLibertarian from Nebraska answered…24hrs

Cities should allow private charities and organizations to provide safe havens for addicts.

@98ZKMDV from Virginia answered…3 days

@98ZCD5G from New Jersey answered…4 days

Yes because drug absue should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal issue. Supervised drug use and controlling the frequency of usage can help diminish and eliminate the use of said drug, everyone progresses through the process of recovery differently

@98YJK6B from Texas answered…5 days

Yes, only if I’m process there is: decrease usage of drug, mental help in removing the addiction, and individual is working.

@98YHRR8 from Wyoming answered…5 days

@98Y3PBKSocialist from Wisconsin answered…6 days

I don't agree that drugs should be confined to "safe havens", but i support the idea of addicted people seeking help or taking drugs under supervision of a medical professional.

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…6 days

No, state and local governments need to fund rehab centers in areas where drug and alcohol abuse is high instead. Utilize drug courts for those that use drugs in the open

@98XT2ML from North Carolina answered…6 days

No, because it would be more costly and it wouldn't help the picture because instead of a "safe haven", it'll be a hotspot.

@98XPVNJ from Virginia answered…6 days

Yes, but there needs to be oversight and high promotion of other programs and rehabs to help people get better.

@98XM3RTIndependent from Delaware answered…6 days

No, but treat drug addiction as a health issue instead of a criminal issue.

@7LMYD65 from Minnesota answered…1wk

@98WWM92 from Tennessee answered…1wk

@98WQW2R from Missouri answered…1wk

Yes, people will use drugs regardless, this gives them a chance to do it in a "safe" environment

@98W8PKB from Utah answered…1wk

Legalize cannabis and make it so lsd/mushroom user should have a safe haven. Keep other drugs illegal though

@98W7CKQ from New York answered…1wk

@98VZJTR from Illinois answered…1wk

Yes drug abuse should be treated and a health issue, but only allow this with required treatment and a limited time per person

@98VLZBPIndependent from California answered…2wks

@98V7KG5 from Arizona answered…2wks

No, but offer drug rehab instead of criminal charges for drug users as a first option.

@98V6H6B from Oregon answered…2wks

Yes but the people using drugs must go to rehab if they use the safe house

@98V69YK from Ohio answered…2wks

Yes, drug abuse should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal issue, however rehab should be heavily advertised and information should be gathered (where they are getting the drugs, how they are getting them ,etc.)

@8558FRW from Utah answered…2wks

Yes, and change criminal punishment to physician-supervised rehab and treatment.

@98TMB4M from Washington answered…2wks

Yes, as long as these are tightly regulated and include rehabilitation as the subsequent step.

@98TBCXM from Idaho answered…2wks

No, they should be given treatment to get them of their addiction.

@98T4Q6BGreen from Ohio answered…2wks

No, however getting drug users treatment rather than arresting them would make a huge difference.

@98T3FM9from Montana  answered…2wks

@98RWYG5 from Maryland answered…2wks

@98SDW6X from Idaho answered…2wks

@7TBHR2CIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@98S5BYT from West Virginia answered…2wks

Yes, in order to reduce the drug overdose death rate, but some profit should also go towards rehabilitation centers.

@98S4ZQV from Alabama answered…2wks

Idk but we have to stop punishing people who have addictions to anything in this country.

@98RWVDZDemocrat from Michigan answered…2wks

@98RLPWNSocialist from Michigan answered…3wks

No, but decriminalize drug use and offer more rehabilitation fro abusers.

@6SBVQGB from Wisconsin answered…3wks

@98R2CHN from Texas answered…3wks

No, but legalize drugs and set up a frame of restrictions modeled after alcohol laws


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