WAR ON US
How the War on Drugs is a War on All of Us
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SURVEY: HOW DO YOUR OPINIONS COMPARE WITH OTHERS? ANSWER 7 QUESTIONS
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My opinion on the War on Drugs is closest to the following:
Legalize or decriminalize all drugs and convert to a treatment based policy
Legalize or decriminalize just marijuana
Allow medical marijuana, but nothing else.
Maintain current policy. The War on Drugs is just fine.
My connection with the War on Drugs is:
I’ve been arrested at least once for a drug-related charge.
A friend or relative has been arrested for a drug-related charge.
I’m a professional working in the law-enforcement field.
I’m a professional working in the recovery/treatment field.
No direct contact, but a concerned citizen/taxpayer.
The issue created by the War on Drugs that bothers me the most is:
The huge incarceration rates.
Money spent on law enforcement and incarceration instead of on treatment.
The lack of logic and poor results of putting stress and harsh penalties on addicts who need treatment
The huge waste of taxpayer money
All of the above.
My biggest concern about legalization or decriminalization of drugs is:
That it would increase drug use and addiction rates.
That it would increase crime rates.
That the huge private prison companies would suffer.
That it wouldn’t punish those who use drugs.
None of the above
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