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@9XLGBFJAlliance ’90/The Greensfrom Tennessee  answered…4 days

on the condition it is used in a rehabilitive manner, and not just a place to fuel negative habits

@9XJ748KPopulist from Kansas answered…6 days

Yes there should be 10 cities on the southern border that all crime including drug use is legal but everywhere else they are executed

@9XGCRJHGreen from Ohio answered…1wk

Yes, but only to help them to not be dependent on drugs any longer

@Greyson-Holtzcla…Democrat from Texas answered…2wks

Yes, and legalize certain drugs such as Cannabis so quality control can be established

@9X86MS4Transhumanist from Idaho answered…2wks

@9X7K6SFLibertarian from North Carolina answered…2wks

@9X795ZGPeace and Freedom from Colorado answered…3wks

@9X6KF7GDemocrat from Kansas answered…3wks

@9WY9M2ZDemocrat from Nevada answered…4wks

Yes, but keep them monitored by health care professionals and keep the doses low. Treat it like a rehabilitation center but without dying of withdraws.

@9HJT2L7Green from California answered…1yr

Offer help centers and rehabs instead of promoting places to go use drugs. Help centers and rehabs need to be heavily subsidized.

@9HJHXDDVeteran from Idaho answered…1yr

yes but only if they are being helped to quit the addiction

@9HHY7RMLibertarian from California answered…1yr

All drugs should be decriminalized. Addiction is a healthcare issue, and healthcare should be completely privatized.

@9HFHX84Peace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…1yr

No, this would encourage drug use, but increase funding for rehabilitation centers.

@9HDJ83CTranshumanist from New York answered…1yr

Yes, and legalize drugs (with local gov't setting usage regulations)

@9HCSTKWVeteran from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but only for the purpose of withdrawal as part of a rehabilitation program

@9HCMYXMVeteran from Arizona answered…1yr

This is the dumbest question i have ever heard in my life. whoever says yes to this needs to go to a mental health facility. why would you even have this on here dumb question im losing brain cells on this survey.

@9HC6HCFConstitution from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but you don't get it for free, you must provide some type of community service to receive anything.

@9HBCM8YWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

No, not unless the ultimate goal is to get people clean of drugs

@9HB24HPRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, because it will reduce hospitalizations and death from overdosing, but there should also be resources there to help people quit using if they choose

@9H9WRZ5Constitution from Michigan answered…1yr

No, not only is this not a cost effective method, but we already have a shortage of medical professionals such as nurses.

@Austin-U-(SoapOn…Green from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, as long as there is a demand, there will always be a supply. We need to look at fixing the demand, instead of using a lot of money perpetually escalating the battle with suppliers. Some countries have great examples of programs like this, with amazing results. We need to invest in people.

@Breanna-CarterWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, along with decriminalizing ALL drugs. Also have the safe havens fused with rehabilitation programs (in- or out-patient) that are available if the addict wants to make use of them.

@9H93RMQWorking Family from Indiana answered…1yr

No no no no. Unless individuals utilizing the space are then checked into a rehab course same day. Otherwise nature will takes its course unfortunately

@9H8PJLMVeteran from Indiana answered…1yr

No, this would encourage drug use and lower funding for rehabilitation centers. Instead cities should increase funding for rehabilitation centers.

@9H8K48DWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

yes because it helps reduce the drug overdose rate and its a health issue not a criminal issue

@jdolce00Transhumanist from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, drug addiction should be treated as a health issue. The people of these cities and states should vote to decide whether they want these types of facilities in their community. These facilities should also offer rehabilitation to those who desire it.

@9H7YCTJGreen from Kansas answered…1yr

@9H7DT2BWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, but only for some drugs. Drugs should not be criminalized however.

@9H6ZGTSDemocrat from Texas answered…1yr

@9H5J9KWWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…1yr

Yes, if accompanied by rehabilitation. Drug abuse should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal offence.

@9H4M2P6Independent from Nebraska answered…1yr

@9H4GTM6Libertarian from Kansas answered…1yr

@9H4BSR7Green from Florida answered…1yr

No but drug abuse should be treated medically not criminally

@Em-HPeace and Freedom from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, drug abuse should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal issue, and rehab should be more accessible

@Jm345Libertarian from Texas answered…1yr

@9GZ5LY5Women’s Equality from Washington answered…1yr

No, but decriminalize drug abuse and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation.

@9GYBPHSTranshumanist from Illinois answered…1yr

No, safe havens should be utilized as a rehabilitation/detox center for those addicted. Allowing individuals addicted to drugs to continue using will not help them stop.

@9GXX4GWGreen from North Carolina answered…1yr

I don't think there should be "safe havens" for supervised drug use, but instead govt funded rehabilitation centers that those convicted of non-violent drug crimes should be sent to in order to overcome addiction.

@9GXR5VHIndependent from California answered…1yr

@9GXQDPBConstitution from Texas answered…1yr

@9GXBMV8Green from New York answered…1yr

@9GWSV8JWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, however with this there should be rehabilitation centers too

@9GWLN7PWomen’s Equality from Kentucky answered…1yr

No, it is unethical to ask a healthcare worker to supervise a risky and unhealthy behavior and yet not intervene unless it becomes a matter of life and death.

@9GW925RDemocrat from Colorado answered…1yr

Save-havens encourage drug use, so they should not be provided, rather, instead support drug addicted people with rehabilitation programs, with the constant supervision of medical professionals, and a place to stay (as hospitals provide sickly people a place to stay).

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