Should drugs be legalised?
The sale of drugs would be controlled.
I think thats a very good one but i dont know about letting it be completely acepted because even though things like marijiwana will always be around it would probley do some damige but in my case marijiwana should be legalized ciggerets an alchole should be more frowned on . canibuse has alot more uses than just being abused "getting high" like it can be used as a fuel,paper, a food product an so mutch more
Yes. I'm a libertarian that way.
You bring up one of the best points. We know for a fact people do it even when it's illegal (the last fifty years is a testament to that). Why not make some tax revenue, free up the prisons, and control it so only certain people can use it? I feel like shouting, "Duh," but I'll settle on typing it.
Thanks for the great question.
If drugs Where legalized, People would Be required To pay Tax, but As most Grow very easily and in most conditions, there would be a money problem for the government and they would end up making everyone to pay in a different way, also Many Drugs are Extremely harmful. I also see problems with them being illegal, like people trying to get hold of them or that are involved with them are putting themselves in great risk of trouble with the police, violent people and accidental overdose, due to 'guessing' a suitable dose
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by Kaabi 8 years ago
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