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@93RQL4H from Massachusetts answered…7mos

Yes, and legalize, tax, and regulate all drugs instead of criminalizing them, also release anyone serving time solely for drug offenses.

@93CS3TH from Texas answered…8mos

No, drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, should be illegal but decriminalized, and addicts must be helped through rehabilitation programs.

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…8mos

Yes, and immediately release anyone serving time solely for drug usage

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, but only for medical use, and A. immediately release anyone serving time solely for drug offenses, & B. legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it.

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

No, but the penalty for dealing marijuana should be increased, rather than the penalty for using marijuana.

@8ZK5HYT from New York answered…9mos

No, but this decision should be made at the state and local level

@8ZK5HYT from New York answered…9mos

Regardless, this decision should be made at the state and local level

@7MKJ4WC from Nebraska answered…10mos

Yes, with proper regulation at the state level. Medical use should be prioritized.

@7G3G2W3 from New York answered…10mos

Yes, but also legalize all other drugs and release every non-violent drug offender from prison

@926DM4T from Missouri answered…10mos

@926DQTR from Missouri answered…10mos

Yes. The Government did a horrible job in the past of, and continues to fumble, enforcing the Law that makes the Drug illegal, and it seems to be a waste of resources to not fully enforce the law. Plus, Marijuana has medicinal benefits, which should not be restricted by if your State has Marijuana Dispensary or something similar.

@8ZL6BBD from Colorado answered…11mos

@85QWNPG from Colorado answered…11mos

Yes, immediate release for anyone serving time for non-violent drug offences is also necessary, and the further decriminalization in posession of other natural substances is of utmost importance to lowering the extreme rate of imprisonment in many poor regions, and allowing more personal freedoms to those who wish to experiment with drugs that are far safer than both medications often prescribed and alcohol/cigarettes, which are widely available.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but it should be regulated the way alcohol is regulated, with similar laws limiting use during certain activities such as driving. There should be more research to measure the long-term psychological and neurological effects it has.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but it should be regulated the way alcohol is regulated, with similar laws limiting use during certain activities such as driving. There should be more research on the long term psychological and neurological effects it has.

@73MMLPT from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, and reduce the sentence for anyone serving time for non-violent drug offenders and have a age restriction in order to purchase it.

@8Y77Y9G from New York answered…1yr

Yes, but Marijuana should not be sold in any store, and individuals who sell Marijuana to minors should be jailed

@8Y77Y9G from New York answered…1yr

Yes, but only for personal and medical use, and individuals who sell Marijuana to minors should be jailed

@8Y77Y9G from New York answered…1yr

Yes, but only for personal and medical use, and individuals who sell Marijuana to minors should be jailed.

@7D3JZKJ from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes, legalize, tax, and regulate instead of criminalizing it, and release anyone serving time soley for marijuana related drug offenses.

@8WPN6FS from Ohio answered…1yr

@8PVYR47 from Virginia answered…1yr

 @8VHBC3L from West Virginia answered…1yr

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@8TY6MBW from West Virginia answered…1yr

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…2yrs

Yes, tax it, regulate it, and immediately release anyone serving time soley for drug offenses.

@8STPPF3 from Ohio answered…2yrs

Yes, and all charges on people convicted of a non victim crime involving marijuana should be dropped and it should be legalized the same way alcohol is and the government should have no say in marijuana or ability to tax it more than any other stocked store item that is being sold

@8SGXQ5C from Colorado answered…2yrs

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@8CN7P7L from New Jersey answered…2yrs

@8RB2K9D from New York answered…2yrs

@8RB2K9D from New York answered…2yrs

@8RFP4WX from New York answered…2yrs

Tax and regulate it in addition to releasing past non-violent offenders

@8BVCB3Y from Minnesota answered…2yrs

@7NCC4DH from Texas answered…2yrs

No, but at this point, it is a lost cause. Marijuana has become the new alcohol.

@8PRBVSN from GU answered…2yrs

Yes, but there should be a focus on rehab and government programs to mitigate drug use risk factors

@84JHJXZ from GU answered…2yrs

Yes, for both medical and personal use. Also, release those serving time solely for drug possession.

@IINXMP from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes, but regulate it's manufacturing, requiring at least 40-50% consisting of CBD, not 10-20%.

@88LK76J from Michigan answered…2yrs

@8PB4YRX from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, but there should be restrictions imposed socially and corporately allowing for regulation

@8NY47RM from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@8NY4BWF from Texas answered…2yrs

I think it should be legalized and taxed, but I also believe there should be someway to regulate how people that have used marijuana cannot drive while under the influence.

@8BY4F2Y from Missouri answered…2yrs

Yes, legalize, tax and regulate it, while also releasing all of those serving time for drug related charges

@8NTVJGH answered…2yrs

No, not until there is long term research into its effects on the bodies.

@6HDD83R from California answered…2yrs