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@5R5953QGreenfrom California  answered…12mos

Drug addiction is a mental illness, not a crime. We have Alcoholics Anonymous, which helps people take back their lives, why not have the same thing for drugs?

@5T79JVLLibertarianfrom Washington  answered…12mos

@5VJNHSNDemocratfrom Connecticut  answered…12mos

Yes, but drugs can also be used as weapons (i.e. as poisons), and hence should be controlled. Recreational use should be legal.

@9XRDDTJDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…16hrs

I don't really care, but if people hurt others more than currently, there should be more restrictions

@Michael-FarrellAmerican Solidarityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…24hrs

Yes, but not all illegal drugs and also increase funding for addiction prevention and rehab.

@9XL5T6XPeace and Freedom from South Carolina answered…1wk

@9XJHJ2HTranshumanist from Texas answered…1wk

@9WSGMVRPeace and Freedom from Arizona answered…1mo

Yes, but for not all drugs. However, increase funding for rehabilitation and addiction prevention for those not decriminalized

@9WRH5DYWomen’s Equality from Arkansas answered…1mo

Yes, decriminalize marijuana and end sentences for those already serving time

@9WQWLQGGreen from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, but institute regulations such as those on alcohol to protect others.

@9WPR45LAmerican Solidarity from Ohio answered…1mo

Yes, but provide medical facilities to distribute and monitor users.

@9WPGWVGSocialist from Nebraska answered…1mo

Yes but only certain drugs that have proven benefits to health and society

@9WHZFLDDemocrat from Alabama answered…1mo

@9WG43ZJWorking Family from California answered…1mo

If someone makes the choice of taking addictive drugs the government shouldn't use tax dollars to help them. That was THEIR choice.

@9L624PPGreen from Alabama answered…12mos

Yes, only if rehabilitation services are instated instead of jail time.

@9L4ZM63Women’s Equality from South Carolina answered…12mos

Maybe decriminalize ones that may be harmless, or with medical uses, but some of the other drugs, probably not.

@9KT458NIndependent from North Carolina answered…1yr

Decriminalize the testing of drugs for pharmaceutical testing under strict usage guidelines. Reduce sentences for minor users and maintain or increase penalties for distributors.

@9KV5RJQPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, but for only certain drugs, and retroactively reduce sentences for those drug offenses or first time offenders. Provide more funding for rehabilitation programs.

@Jacob-ParrinelloConstitution from New York answered…1yr

Yes, for all drugs which serve a potentially eugenerate psychic effect.

@9KCKF8MPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…1yr

@9JY4VG2Democrat from Texas answered…1yr

Yes for marijuana, and evaluate prior convictions. But stronger punishment for dealers.

@9JR8PNDIndependent from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, but not on dealers. Too much money spent on jailing and prisons.

@9JNRBSBWorking Family from Minnesota answered…1yr

@9JMJCWLSocialistfrom Pennsylvania  answered…1yr

@9JK4Y9PGreen from Oklahoma answered…1yr

Yes, but only inside of government-certified treatment and rehabilitation centers, where people addicted to drugs can seek help and the ability to get off drugs in a humane way.

@9JB7Z63Green from Rhode Island answered…1yr

Yes, and free people currently serving time for nonviolent drug offenses, and expunge nonviolent drug charges from criminal records.

@9J9QQT3Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, unless they commit a crime while intoxicated or in possession. Increase funding for rehabilitation.

@9J96T4CGreen from Iowa answered…1yr

Yes, but add statutes for drug-related crimes like alcohol.

@9J89R36Libertarian from Indiana answered…1yr

All drugs should be legal and those harmed and or their families by use of those products should be allowed to sue the producer and or seller in court

@9J7V3YGVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, and reduce sentences for those already serving time. But, drugs like heroine should remain banned.

@9J6ZTXFGreen from Texas answered…1yr

Marijuana should be decriminalized, but other instances of drug use should be dealt with through rehabilitation, not imprisonment

@9HNDDMXWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…1yr

Decriminalize drugs that offer medicinal benefits and retroactively reduce sentences for those serving time for medicinal drugs. Also increase funding for addiction prevention and rehab.

@9HMX9PHVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, for most but not all drugs, reduce or remove sentences for recreational drug use as long as it does not endanger the lives of others, and there should be more funding given to addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@9HLYJ9FWomen’s Equality from California answered…1yr

Yes, for all drugs but give safe spaces to take drugs. Release all people serving time for drug use.

@leonardoupSocialist from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but add Drug Safe havens where they can receive help and wean away from drug use

@9HKWKKXDemocrat from California answered…1yr

Yes, for most but not all drugs And retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time (on the drugs that are decriminalized, such as marijuana).

@9HHS4DTWorking Family from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes, but only for marijuana and people in prison for possession of this drug should be released.

@9GZYN64Democrat from New York answered…1yr

Yes, and use the funding that would have been used for incarceration for addiction prevention and treatment options

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

only legalize ones that would be safe to the people close to users

@9GW9RN7Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

And increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@9GW8N9XWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…1yr

Yes if there is demonstrable evidence of medical benefit or harm less than or equal to already legal substances...then tax them the same as currently legal controlled substances (alcohol, tobacco, etc)

@9GVYLSXVeteran from Maryland answered…1yr

Crimes against others should be punished fully if drugs played role in injury or property damage only but we should not seek out drug users if no other crimes are committed


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