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No. Drug abusers who want to stop their addiction should be offered treatment. I certainly don't see businesses allowing employees who are high to work for them. Marijuana doesn't make anyone a better worker, student, parent does it?. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Arlington, VA
Nothing in between completely legalizing and freeing those from prior conviction and throwing their tails in jail? Somewhere in between the extremes is decriminalizing MJ for recreational use along with "Real", and get "Real" with... 9 years ago from a Republican in Thousand Oaks, CA
Yes - but only after a non-intrusive and accurate test is developed that would discern if a person is driving while impaired. A limit would need to be establised similar to BAC for DUI. The present urine tests only test for metabolized TCH, with no sense... 9 years ago from a Republican in Amherst, NH
If we'd started out without regulations and treated it as a social issue to begin with it won't be as much of an issue, but after a long time of having it illegal it would be too swift of a change-- like teenagers turning 21 and having their... 9 years ago from a Republican in Eugene, OR
Yes, immediately free all citizens jailed for marijuana as well as legalizing, taxing, and regulation marijuana for anybody over 18. 9 years ago from a Green in Munster, IN
Yes, legalize it..tax it..and regulate it instead of criminalizing it. Also, immediately free all citizens jailed for marijuana offenses. This would bring in money on taxes and save money by getting people out of the prisons. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Prior Lake, MN
All drugs, we all should be able to go down to the local Pharmacy, and get for example my bloodpressure meds, without having a script for them, which would reduce the price. Take the profit out of it, and you take the crime out of it. Still make it... 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Smithtown, NY
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
Legalize it only after a simple test can be administered to detect those driving, operating heavy machinery, etc.while under the influence of marijuana. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Pennington, NJ
Yes, the war on drugs is not working and we have created a criminal justice industrial complex that employs tens of thousands of lawyers, probation and parole offices and court officials as a result. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Tallmadge, OH
3 unbiased healthcare professionals would need to recommend it, person should be licensed to smoke it meaning a test like to drive a car, person must know all the laws and pass the test. Not tax deductible ever as medical like alcohol. No license, no... 9 years ago from a Republican in Eugene, OR
Yes , grow it clean it up tax it, and restrict the amounts and frequency of buying it to avoid over use . Also, be prepared to refine the rules as needed in this newly created industry ,since we wont know any negative impact it may have and will need to... 9 years ago from a Republican in Abingdon, MD
Allow legalization by states and carefully evaluate results over 5 years before enacting federal law. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Purcellville, VA
Yes, but marketed for medical use. Recreational use will be limited & taxed. The reformed FDA will have no grounds for herbs or non-narcotics. The DEA will be used to monitor controlled medications & narcotics and they will monitor & practice... 9 years ago from a Democrat in Peoria, IL
Free all citizens jailed for it's use. Legalize for medical use. 9 years ago from a Republican in San Clemente, CA
Yes, and immediately free all citizens jailed for non violent drug offenses. 9 years ago from a Green in New York, NY
Legalize, tax, regulate - make use illegal for persons under 21. 9 years ago from a Republican in Granite Bay, CA
Decriminalize the possession of marijuana, but keep the sale of marijuana a criminal offence. Also, free those in jail on marijuana possession charges and require that all marijuana users undergo a series of court mandated detox programs instead of going... 9 years ago from a Democrat in Gonzales, LA
It should be each states decision to legalize marijuana. 9 years ago from a Republican in Flushing, NY
I agree we should decriminalize marijuana to what extent I'm not sure. However I do believe that all persons jailed for minor drug usage on mandatory sentences laws and other such things should be freed and released immediately. 9 years ago from a Republican in Fulton, CA
Yes, provided that intoxication is never accepted as a defense in a criminal case AND that users are never given welfare or unemployment benefits. 9 years ago from a Republican in Panorama City, CA
Yes, but only for limited recreational use. 9 years ago from a Republican in Bolingbrook, IL
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
Yes but like with alcohol, the consumer must be of a certain age to purchase marijuana. Then, when the consumer has an addiction or any marijuana related problems, they cannot look to the government for help of any sort. 9 years ago from a Republican in Barre, VT
Legalize all drugs and non violent crimes, free all people who in jail for just drug offenses. The federal government has no business trying to control the morality of the people. 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Laguna Niguel, CA
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, legalize and heavaly tax it. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Hillsboro, OR
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
Yes. Legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it. Release all jailed non-violent drug offenders. 9 years ago from a Socialist in North Waltham, MA
Yes, if people want to make the choice to smoke pot, they take on the risks and it is not my, or my government's, problem. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Gilbert, AZ
Yes and decriminalize with some restrictions. Create a think tank of substance abuse policy specialists, educators and public policy analysts to determine when the excessive use of pot can be penalized. Anyone can drink, anyone can become intoxicated, no... 9 years ago from a Green in Sayville, NY
Yes, but treat it as alcohol - so drunk driving penalties and other legislation should apply. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Overland Park, KS
Yes. Legalize, tax and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it. Prohibition of alcohol was a disaster and caused crime to surge - the same has happened with marijuana. 9 years ago from a Democrat in Potwin, KS
Yes and enforce the penalties that are already on the books for all other drugs plus lockup all illegals caught dealing, using or smuggling drugs in a Mexican prison. I am sure we can pay the Mexican Government to imprison these people at a much lower... 9 years ago from a Republican in Bellingham, WA
No, but it should just be a violation, like a traffic ticket. 9 years ago from a Libertarian in Potwin, KS
Yes, legalize, tax, and regulate it. Free all people imprisoned for possession of and dealing in small (ounces versus pounds)amounts of marijuana. Strict laws against DUI. 9 years ago from a Green in Springfield, VA
Yes, and immediately free all citizens jailed for drug offenses as well as tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it. It is done for alcohol, and that's killed, injured more people than marijuana has. 9 years ago from a Republican in Orangefield, TX