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1. Thomas C CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/1/2018 5:01:28 PM)
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So somebody dealing a couple kilos of H a week so be given a parking ticket? What does "decriminalized" mean?

What if one of the clients OD's? Is the dealer responsible? Or is the government? Pretty easy to do when the H is cut with less expensive more potent drugs such as animal tranquilizer. The junkie won't know the difference. Let the addicts die? A bid of a strange thing for a Liberal to say. What if it's your grandson? Your neighbors grandson.

2. D Robb
     (1/1/2018 5:45:25 PM)
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No you ignore users and concentrate on providing them the medical services to quit their habits. You provide drugs and needles if they won't. You continue to prosecute those dealing with drugs, but, eventually, their market will dry up if addicts can get clean, safe drugs legally, and their money and power to corrupt will dry up as well.
It's clear the War on Drugs has been a failure, and nobody expects it to be successful anytime in the future.

3. Thomas C CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/2/2018 7:32:16 AM)
     Message ID #295966

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Interesting read in NYT from addicts viewpoint, rehabs gone wild.

Despite '08 change in law to include addiction in mental health benefits, and further reinforcement by Obamacare, addition deaths are at an all time high.

Prescribed pain killers flow freely from providers, as a less expensive alternative illicit drugs such as heroin, fentanyl, and meth flow freely across the border, and they are affordable, even for a non-functioning addict. There are miles and miles of small town border crossing not far from where you live, locals freely pass daily, it's simply 'business"

The real bulk crosses the Mexican border

It is now the leading cause of accidental death in the US. Mostly male under the age of 35.

"Treatment" will not curtail the demand. Cutting the supply will as the price goes up.
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