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@5R5953QGreenfrom California  answered…3mos

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?

@645JXPQDemocratfrom New York  answered…3mos

Instead of jail time there should be mandatory rehab, and parole for that same as jail. They are still using in jails, so that only perpetuates the problem.

@5R5D74MGreenfrom Nevada  answered…3mos

Yes, but level harsh penalties against the user if they hurt someone while under the influence.

@5WYQ6JVRepublicanfrom New York  answered…3mos

Only if we summarily execute those who sell to people under age 25. (So brain fully develops. Marijuana should be legal over age 21.

@5VJNHSNDemocratfrom Connecticut  answered…3mos

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

@5T79JVLLibertarianfrom Washington  answered…3mos

@MistaHippeyKGreen from Nevada answered…3mos

Yes, and focus more on helping drug addicts not criminalizing drug addicts

@9PKY5QQDemocrat from Montana answered…3mos

Marijuana and mushrooms should not be a punishable offense because they can have less or equal effects on a person as alcohol does. And hard-core drugs should be treated as a health risk of the users. Hard-core dealers should be penalized for their actions

@9NTKQ4WConstitution from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes, and commute the sentences of those incarcerated for possession of a controlled substance.

@9NNVP8BGreen from Mississippi answered…3mos

Yes, and commute the sentences of those who are currently imprisoned for personal usage amounts

@5T7LCSNGreenfrom Virginia  answered…3mos

No, we have a drug problem in this country and it's not likely due to the fact that people just want to break the law to use drugs. That being said, making it criminal is only costing tax payers money in retaining individuals that made poor choices, but are still susceptible to using when they are free, if we spent the same amount ensuring that people recover and educating others on the dangers and effective ways of coping with life, then we'd all be better off. One bad decision shouldn't ruin your life, but it should turn it around.

@5R9DVWDConstitutionfrom Utah  answered…3mos

I believe that if you have nicotine and alcohol legal then why not other drugs. But I would prefer that recreational use of any and all drugs, including tobacco and alcohol be prohibited. I do think that medical use of all drugs should be expanded.

@68GGF8XSocialistfrom Washington  answered…3mos

@5R9BYVQDemocratfrom California  answered…3mos

Yes, but selling, transporting or supplying drugs should be illegal. The point is to not punish drug users, the real victims of drug abuse.

@9RM38PGPeace and Freedom from Minnesota answered…15hrs

@9RKSRVZVeteran from Florida answered…3 days

Only in favor of descriminalizing marijuana. Not all drugs.

@9RJZWM7Constitution from New Mexico answered…4 days

@9RDZ8B9Progressive from Illinois answered…1wk

Yes, but only for some drugs, and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation.

@9HX35MKDemocrat from North Carolina answered…3mos

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

@9HHS4DTWorking Family from Michigan answered…3mos

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

@9HGJRRCDemocrat from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, and we should get rid of mandatory minimum sentencing, and provide help and outreach for diseases like addiction,

@9HGJFYBTranshumanist from New York answered…3mos

@9HFHX84Peace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, for most but not all drugs, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time and increase risk punishment on offenders on any scale under the influence

@9HFCT6YLibertarian from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes, but maintain tougher sentencing for crimes committed while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

@9HDNJ39Peace and Freedom from Montana answered…3mos

@9HDBZD9Republican from Connecticut answered…3mos

@9HBNYZZConstitution from California answered…3mos

Yes but only certain ones and you cannot sell to certain ages and the person who bought it cannot sell to other people.

@9H9R34FPeace and Freedom from Indiana answered…3mos

Yes, for all drugs and remove drug charges for posession/dealing of only Schedule III to Schedule V for non-violent offenders, as well as increasing funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation, treating it as a mental health crisis instead of a criminal offense.

@9HBDFDPDemocrat from Minnesota answered…3mos

No, but decriminalize drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as Marijuana and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@9H99WKXConstitution from Colorado answered…3mos

@Pls-12345678Democrat from North Carolina answered…3mos

Yes, but, we should go a step further and legalize all drugs.

@Robert-Sanchez-G…Independent from Minnesota answered…3mos

No, but decriminalize drugs offering medicinal benefits. For marijuana, tax it, restrict use to private areas, and regulate it. Use taxes from marijuana for better drug abuse resistance education.

@9H6SYS5Socialist from New York answered…3mos

@9H6K3QXDemocrat from Virginia answered…3mos

no, but decriminalize drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as marijuana, and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@9H5J9KWWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…3mos

Yes, emphasis on the word "use". Decriminalization would allow for safety standards to raise and, hopefully, eliminate the need for street dealers, thus improving safety.

@9H5CC8PAmerican Solidarity from Utah answered…3mos

Yes, for users but not drug dealers. Increase funding for addiction programs, crack down harder on drug dealers profiting off of people’s addictions

@9H4GGSQWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…3mos

Yes, and increase funding for addiction prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation

@9H4DT9DLibertarian from Arizona answered…3mos

Yes, and release everyone currently serving time for drug related crimes as well as have it stricken from their records.

@9H3SG49Green from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, but only for some drugs, and any legally available should be taxed greatly.

@9H2T5Y7Constitution from Minnesota answered…3mos

Penalties for drug use/addiction should encourage positive change in a persons life.

@9GZYN64Democrat from New York answered…3mos

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

@9GZF7XWConstitution from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9GVJXLMWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

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

@9GZ5LY5Women’s Equality from Washington answered…3mos

Yes, but increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation and increase penalties for crimes committed while under the influence.

@9GYPQT3Socialist from Massachusetts answered…3mos

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time, and increase punishments for drug dealers.

@9GYKYJJConstitution from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

I believe marijuana should be legalized but regulated like tobacco and alcohol. And use that revenue to fund rehabilitation and addiction crisis prevention.

@9GYBPHSTranshumanist from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time for LEGAL drugs.

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