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Why would anyone in their right mind want to legalize anything that causes anxiety, addiction, memory loss, panic attacks, mood disorders, psychosis, schizophrenia and many other mental disorders ????. 8 years ago from a Republican in Maricopa, AZ
No. Penalties should be steep fines. If they can afford to buy the crap they can afford gigantic fines. Stop making prisons like club med. When they commit a crime they forfiet all rights. Maybe forced hard labor to boot. Make prison much more unpleasant. 8 years ago from a Republican in Salt Lake City, UT
There are enough nut jobs on the road driving that are drunk on their cell phone or texting, putting on make up etc. and you want to pot heads on the road. Give me a break. 8 years ago from a Green in Salt Lake City, UT
Yes, limit sales to only people over age 25 after the brain has fully developed. Make sales or distribution to those under age manditory 10 years. The brain is not fully developed until after age 25. Those under age 25 have been shown have little to no... 8 years ago from a Libertarian in Waukesha, WI
Yes free anyone currently jailed due to marijuana as well as legalize, tax and regulate it. 8 years ago from a Libertarian in Pleasantville, NJ
Decriminalize, tax and control it on a state and local level with harsh penalties for public use and providing it to minors. 8 years ago from a Republican in Moreno Valley, 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. 8 years ago from a Republican in Panorama City, CA
Yes, but only for limited recreational use. 8 years ago from a Republican in Bolingbrook, IL
Legalize, tax and regulate at the federal level, AND release all drug offenders, hard drug offenders into treatment programs, marijuana offenders simply released with all record of a conviction wiped off their record. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Grand Prairie, TX
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... 8 years ago from a Republican in Stafford, TX
No, Since alcohol is legalized, there will be a high chance of mixing marijuana and alcohol together, which is also called cross faded. That situation will turn all angels bad. 8 years ago from a Democrat in Las Vegas, NV