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@8PPBWMZ from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@8GQSF75 from Utah answered…2yrs

It depends on what type of drug it is, if they are a drug dealer, if they are selling it to kids and harming others, etc.

@8KBYFLRIndependent from Oklahoma commented…2yrs

joe biden wants to decriminalize all drugs this isn’t even correct.

@98XPTFF from Georgia answered…2hrs

@98XPSJ7 from Kansas answered…2hrs

offenses with drugs should be met with recovery clinics rather than prison. Jail time for dealers though.

@98XPLKG from Iowa answered…2hrs

For man-made drugs like crack, heroin and meth but not for weed it's a plant that grows on God's green earth just my opinion, and cannabis has medical benefits as well

@98XNPQBDemocrat from Nebraska answered…3hrs

Yes, but limit it to shorter sentences, and lengthen based on the amount in their possession

@98X7VTPDemocrat from Nebraska answered…19hrs

I think people who abuse on drugs should get help instead of being put in prison.

@98WZ4JH from Michigan answered…1 day

It depends on the crime and if they're on good behavior during their sentence

@98WWSHM from Delaware answered…2 days

@98WW94C from New York answered…2 days

Non-violent drug offenders should go straight to rehab and not prison. Violent drug offenders should go to prison otherwise. Chris Christie’s legislation in New Jersey for example.

@98WP32C from Kansas answered…3 days

@98WRJR9 from Massachusetts answered…3 days

@98WQW2R from Missouri answered…3 days

@98WNKZ8 from Ohio answered…3 days

@98VFTPH from Ohio answered…4 days

Depends on what they had possession of and how much and what all they have been convicted for.

@98VYR4J from Texas answered…4 days

@98VJX8C from Georgia answered…5 days

No, for first offense should be court ordered rehab while further offenses should result in jail time.

@98VHHRM from Pennsylvania answered…5 days

If they are dealers, they stay in longer because they are distributing a harmful product.

@98VC7DW from Wisconsin answered…5 days

it depends on how many times they have offended, and the extremity of the drugs.

@98TR93C from Nevada answered…6 days

@98TQ7YF from Pennsylvania answered…6 days

No, mandatory minimums disproportionately affect African-Americans

@98TMQCZ from South Carolina answered…7 days

@98TK6L8 from Oklahoma answered…7 days

@98TDF2YConstitution from Alabama answered…1wk

Increase the sentence for dealers, users will be judged on a case-to-case basis.

@98T7MDRPeace and Freedom from New York answered…1wk

@98T2CRP from North Carolina answered…1wk

@98SRY34Independent from Tennessee answered…1wk

Yes, only for dealers, and end racial discrimination in drug charges and sentencing

@98SQBZWPeace and Freedom from California answered…1wk

@98SNX95 from Alabama answered…1wk

@98SK4T9Libertarian from Iowa answered…1wk

@98R75JP from California answered…2wks

Depends on the condition. Drug dealers should be sentenced for at least 20 years while drug users should use it as a chance to rehab, giving them only 5 years.

@98QCLVMIndependent from Maryland answered…2wks

It depends on what drug it is, if it's cocaine whoever buys and sells should be in jail

@98Q9S42 from Maryland answered…2wks

@98Q4KYZDemocrat from Texas answered…2wks

@98PYSGNfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2wks

@98PVDN2 from Illinois answered…2wks

@98PQX4W from Texas answered…2wks

Have levels of punishment, equal for all and uniform across the country.


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