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No we have enough problems with alcohol addiction and don't need to add a new product to the menu. If you legalize it then the private sector should be able to fire employees who are users and they should not get any government assistance once fired.... 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Camden, SC
Yes, but safeguards need to be in place first. For example, law enforcement needs equipment that will determine whether or not a suspect is under the influence of cannabis. Testing for metabolites in the bloodstream in inaccurate and unfair. 9 years ago from a Republican in Vincennes, IN
Yes. Legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it but do not allow imports. It is impossible in ensure the quality and safety of the plants unless growing them is a carefully regulated industry. 9 years ago from a Republican in Alva, OK
Yes free anyone currently jailed due to marijuana as well as legalize, tax and regulate it. 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Pleasantville, NJ
Yes. But employers are allowed to demand drug free employees as a criteria for employment. Employers can require testing and allowed to terminate employees for using.
BTW, the medical pot is BS. Such a tiny fraction would classify for that, but we all know it's party time!. 9 years ago from a Republican in Clinton, IA
No. Not until there is a way to test if someone is high on the spot, as a breathalyzer does for alcohol. Then legalize, tax, and regulate it for individuals over 21. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Kalamazoo, MI
Yes. And release anyone arrested for marijuana possession under an ounce immediately. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Berwick, PA
Yes. Legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it. Free all citizens jailed for drug offenses to further halt any costs of inmate food, water, etc. 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Peoria, AZ
Yes it should be regulated and taxed; with limited medical applications. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Middleton, WI
Decriminalize, tax and control it on a state and local level with harsh penalties for public use and providing it to minors. 9 years ago from a Republican in Moreno Valley, CA
Give it away for free or for info on traffickers. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Kent, WA
Back to my statement on history and prohibition... 9 years ago from a Green in Macdona, TX
If people need drugs just to function that is a problem or masking one. For pain, appetite stimulant etc I do understand a need. 9 years ago from a Republican in Greenville, OH
Eliminate all prohibition laws regarding plants and other substances. Prohibition failed for alcohol, it has failed for plant and other materials, and the free market should control the market for those materials just like it does for so many others. 9 years ago from a Republican in Meridian, ID
Yes, but it should be very heavily regulated. My proposed regulations are as follows
1) Can only be prescribed to terminal ill patients w/o a chance of recovery, for example hospice patients.
2) They have to smoke it in a designated area of the building on site and can't leave with the drug. This will prevent distribution to minors and make sure they aren't contributing to the drug trade.
3) Set limits that strictly control the amount, and frequency of refills.
This reduces the chance of drug abuse from an individual.
4) Employees who work at facilities are give the prescription over the patient to smoke must be checked and searched to ensure non leaves the premises. The sites that grow Marijuana must comply to the before mentioned regulations and both the growing sites and distributions centers are susceptible to closure upon violation of any regulation. 9 years ago from a Republican in Sterling Heights, MI
No. Drugs all too often result in harm of an individual person or others. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Lakewood, CA
Yes, and immediately pardon and free all citizens jailed for use of marijuana, not the dealing of. It should be made illegal to operate heavy machinery and drive while under the influence of marajuana. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Yes, with rules the same as alcohol. With this should be the release of all incarcerated for use, sale, growing that did not commit any other crime along with use, sale, or growing marijuana. Other drug/criminal related incarcerations should remain in... 9 years ago from a Republican in East Olympia, WA
I think it should be sold and taxed but used at home. Use of the drug anywhere out side the user's main place of residency should be illegal. If it remains illegal, then police should ticket people for possession of the drug the same as a traffic... 9 years ago from a Republican in Stafford, TX
Yes, but it should but addiction should be treated as a medical problem, there is one country that has done this and their drug usage percentages have dropped. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Newark, NY
Unlike alcohol, there is no amount you can use that doesn't impair a person. I simply don't know how you could regulate its use to prevent impaired use of equipment, impaired workers etc. I have no problem with personal use at home or with those... 9 years ago from a Republican in West Bend, WI
Too many people are in jail for a relatively minor crime, dragging our economy down with costs to prosecute and incarcerate. Decrease the level of criminality for personal use, regulate it strenuously, and prosecute only egregious offenders. 9 years ago from a Republican in Carmel, IN
No. Except for those who have been evaluated by a specialist saying that Marijuana could help their conditions. Make it hard to get and penalize heavily people who are found to be giving it to children or smoking around children. 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Concrete, WA
It should be left to the states. But as in Illinois, Medicine is not taxed--so beware of the "tax it and pay the debt argument." It should be regulated heavily, perhaps with a larger tax (and user fee) for those who choose it recreationally. 9 years ago from a Republican in Monmouth, IL
Yes, Only the most organic kind. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Stedman, NC