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In 1970, Congress passed the Controlled Substances Act which banned the manufacture, importation, possession, use and distribution of certain drugs. The act ranked drugs by their potential for abuse and placed them into five categories. Two of the most widely used drugs in the U.S., wine and alcohol, are exempt from the classifications. Ballot measures in several states including Colorado, Washington and Oregon have decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana. These laws apply only within the respective states and have no effect on Federal law. See recent drug policy news
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There isn't sufficient data to sway my opinion either way. I'm waiting to see what happens in Colorado. 4 years ago from a Republican in Bethpage, NY
Yes, drugs such as marijuana, but cocaine, heroine and other harder substances should still be banned. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Stillwater, ME
Only pot, 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. 4 years ago from a Republican in Clinton, IA
Really? Not all drugs are the same. Definitely decriminalize marijuana, but treat it like alcohol. Also, smoking laws should be observed and marijuana should not be smokable in public and most companies are smoke free. If someone is only in jail... 4 years ago from a Democrat in Loughman, FL
Just marijuana. Should be subject to same rules as alcohol. 4 years ago from a Republican in Phippsburg, ME
Depends on the drug. Cocaine, Heroine, and Meth should be criminal. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Worcester, MA
Yes, but regulate, educate, and counsel misuse. 4 years ago from a Green in Eagar, AZ
I feel this is a health concern for many addicts and that organic drugs should be decriminalized. We have too many non-violent people serving time and eating off our taxes. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Dallas, TX
No, not all drugs, only the ones proven to be safe and useful. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Astoria, OR
Prescription drugs -Yes some need to made illegal. illegal drugs should be administered and distributed through a well regulated agency. that would wipe out the drug trade and save a ton of money being spent on enforcement. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Englewood, CO
I am in favour of decriminalizing the use of marijuana. Marijuana is a controlled substance.
Alcohol is a far greater threat to social welfare and safety. Legalizing drugs would likely decrease underworld activity and profiteering from their... 4 years ago from a Democrat in Fenton, MO
No, but marijuana use/possession should no longer be considered against the law. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Coronado, CA
Make drug users register which drugs they use and add a notation to their driver's license or ID; bar them from holding certain jobs. Presentation of ID required for drug sale to individual, just as with alcohol. Eliminates drug use as a cool taboo... 4 years ago from a Republican in Daytona Beach, FL
Marijuana and psychedelics should be decriminalized but regulated and taxed; hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin should remain illegal. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Tallahassee, FL
No. Yet if a drug previously deemed illicit is found to have medicinal benefits it should be decriminalized so it may be prescribed by a licensed physician in accordance with current regulations. 4 years ago from a Republican in Silverdale, WA
All drugs except antibiotics should be legal. Antibiotics should be regulated as their prolific use has led to bacterial resistance which affects ALL people. Consumer should be allowed to research and purchase drugs for their conditions. Doctors should... 4 years ago from a Libertarian in Lusby, MD
Yes. Tax and regulate marijuana, medicalize highly addictive drugs, make rehab more available and affordable. Release those jailed for possession and use. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Carmel, CA
Yes, and retroactive pardons for all persons serving jail sentences for either holding or using "illegal" drugs. 4 years ago from a Green in La Porte, IN
Yes, and free everyone from prison who would not qualify as a criminal under the new decriminalized laws. 4 years ago from a Libertarian in Liverpool, NY
Yes, decriminalize marijuana but others such as heroin, pcp, or cocaine should maintain illegal status as well as ex and molly. 4 years ago from a Republican in Gulf Breeze, FL
No, only marijuana should be decriminalized at this point. All other drugs pose serious health hazards and have no real benefits. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Amarillo, TX
No, regulate and tax everything from meth to opium to LSD-25 and MDMA. 4 years ago from a Libertarian in Vancouver, WA