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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...11yrs

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, but decriminalise drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as marijuana

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, but increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@4ZJVPR5Katter’s Australian Partyfrom Queensland  answered…2yrs

Only Marijuana and tax it at 99%. Life sentences for anyone who grows their own

@4THS3BKfrom New South Wales  answered…2yrs

No, we should have the political will to remove the drugs from our streets. I'm sure the authorities know who the dealers/importers are and are most likely to be. I honestly think that it is such a lucrative black market business that the government turns a blind eye or lacks the political will to enforce the law.

@95VV6ZBLabor answered…1wk

Yes but only for marijuana and decrease or pardon the sentences of those incarcerated for marijuana based offences

@95DVQNQ answered…3wks

Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehab

@94FSTM5 answered…1mo

It depends on the drug, drugs which cause extreme harm to individuals and cannot reduce this risk by decriminalisation, then it should stay this way.

@94BQP9Y answered…1mo

@946Z83V answered…2mos

@943HR8WGreen answered…2mos

@93Y9BNR answered…2mos

@93W9JMK answered…3mos

Yes but only with alcohol, marijuana and cigarettes. All other drugs should have tough laws on them unless they're needed medically.

@93TQBBN answered…3mos

Yes, however i dont belive that medicinal drugs should be discriminated angainst, for example, marajuana. There is evidence that it has helped stop shaking in people with Parkinsins

@93NWWBT answered…3mos

No, but decriminalise drugs that offer medicinal benefits and offer rehab rather than prision for other substance abusers

@93F44CF answered…4mos

It’s shouldn’t be a crime but rather a reform to help the drug user

@93BK4M8Labor answered…4mos

No, but decriminalise medicinal drug and benefits and increase funding for addiction and rehabilitation centers.

@9353BBF answered…4mos

Drug use should be handled as a medical issue first and foremost.

@934XQR7 answered…4mos

Should remain illegal but consequence should be lighter, especially when compared to other consequences

@934ND5YGreen answered…4mos

Yes, section 10 drugs to be decriminalised and treatment turned to specialist doctors. Better mental health, housing and community out reach programs.

@934MXZ8 answered…4mos

Yes but not for cocaine, heroin, ice, fantasy, and all the other drugs that negatively affect a persons behaviour and lifestyle

@934L28S answered…4mos

Yes - if you had the ability to distribute drugs in a safe way where people could purchase it would mean less crime and harm to families

@933Y5QT answered…5mos

Yes, for some natural drugs that can aid in holistic health and increasing funds for drug addiction centres. Increase funding for research and education on natural and pharmaceutical drugs

@933XZ94 answered…5mos

Yes, there should be less stricter sentencing around drug use and stricter sentencing on worse crimes such as murder, pedophilia and assault; and there should be increased funding for addiction prevention and the sentencing should be focusing on rehabilitation rather than punishment.

@933RX2MGreen answered…5mos

Yes and introduce prescription use for those struggling with addiction

@933Q8KL answered…5mos

No, but increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation and decriminalise drugs that offer medical benefits such as cannabis

@933NYTJ answered…5mos

Yes, for specific drugs e.g. marijuana, MDMA, Cocaine, psychedelics (excluding DMT and others on that vain) substances such as meth and heroin should still be illegal

@933DL86 answered…5mos

Yes, but only for drugs with little to no addictive effects, and with appropriate legislation in place to protect the safety of themselves and the community, e.g drug driving laws.

@9333FTX answered…5mos

@932FW2M answered…5mos

For some drugs, and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@932F65K answered…5mos

Decriminalise Marijuana only.(it is a naturally grown plant from a seed) All other drugs remain illegal with heavy penalties enforced.

@932D2ZRGreen answered…5mos

Yes - decriminalise drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as marijuana, retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time, and increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation

@9329PM2 answered…5mos

Only Marajuana should be decriminalised the rest should remain illegal

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