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Oregon Is On The Verge Of Decriminalizing Heroin, Cocaine, And LSD

 
VinoSom  (OP)

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I'm all for it, let nature run its course, everyone's happy, junkies included
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gotta score some Peruvian Coca Seeds

rfwo
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In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.


The initiative, called Measure 110, could "drastically change" the state's justice system, ABC News noted. Those who are caught with hard drugs would now have the option of paying a $100 fine or attending new addition recovery centers, paid for with taxes from retail marijuana sales.

Under the new measure, possession of less than 1 gram of heroin or meth, 2 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of psilocybin, 40 doses of LSD, oxycodone or methadone and 1 gram of MDMA would all be decriminalized.


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Countries like Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland have already implemented similar decriminalizations. In Portgual, the change saw "no surge" in new drug use. In fact, drug deaths fell while the number of people in the country treated for addiction rose 20% between 2001 and 2008. Then, the number stabilized.

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Treatment instead of jail. I voted Yes!
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Did you bother to read the OP, or did you just jump at the title?

Funny how people can't be sensed to read a few sentences before spitting their vitriol.

You know how much drug treatment costs? Last I checked it's well over $10,000/mo. You think heroin addicts have that? They don't.

For profit jails are a scourge of American society and serve little purpose other than the revolving door.
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Sam Kinison said "If you can afford $10,000 a month for drug treatment, then you don't have a problem yet!"
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I'm all for it, let nature run its course, everyone's happy, junkies included
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gotta score some Peruvian Coca Seeds

rfwo
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applause2
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In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.


The initiative, called Measure 110, could "drastically change" the state's justice system, ABC News noted. Those who are caught with hard drugs would now have the option of paying a $100 fine or attending new addition recovery centers, paid for with taxes from retail marijuana sales.

Under the new measure, possession of less than 1 gram of heroin or meth, 2 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of psilocybin, 40 doses of LSD, oxycodone or methadone and 1 gram of MDMA would all be decriminalized.


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Laying the groundwork for Mad Max World, I see.
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Countries like Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland have already implemented similar decriminalizations. In Portgual, the change saw "no surge" in new drug use. In fact, drug deaths fell while the number of people in the country treated for addiction rose 20% between 2001 and 2008. Then, the number stabilized.

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hesright


Treatment instead of jail. I voted Yes!
 Quoting: Seer777



Jail for criminal actions such as theft and crimes of violence! Freedom to do drugs as you wish providing there is no negative consequence for innocents and uninvolved people. If you use addictive drugs, you're still responsible for your actions and consequences.
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In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.


The initiative, called Measure 110, could "drastically change" the state's justice system, ABC News noted. Those who are caught with hard drugs would now have the option of paying a $100 fine or attending new addition recovery centers, paid for with taxes from retail marijuana sales.

Under the new measure, possession of less than 1 gram of heroin or meth, 2 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of psilocybin, 40 doses of LSD, oxycodone or methadone and 1 gram of MDMA would all be decriminalized.


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I as a Trump loving, Constitutionalist Libertarian AGREE 100%
 Quoting: VinoSom



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Countries like Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland have already implemented similar decriminalizations. In Portgual, the change saw "no surge" in new drug use. In fact, drug deaths fell while the number of people in the country treated for addiction rose 20% between 2001 and 2008. Then, the number stabilized.

 Quoting: VinoSom


hesright


Treatment instead of jail. I voted Yes!
 Quoting: Seer777


thumbs
 Quoting: darkwolf007

Did you bother to read the OP, or did you just jump at the title?

Funny how people can't be sensed to read a few sentences before spitting their vitriol.

You know how much drug treatment costs? Last I checked it's well over $10,000/mo. You think heroin addicts have that? They don't.

For profit jails are a scourge of American society and serve little purpose other than the revolving door.
 Quoting: Seer777

The cost of jailing someone and enforcing drug laws is probably a lot more expensive. Especially when, as you said, there is a revolving door. There's no point in imprisoning someone because they choose to take a substance that damages their health. I personally think it was entirely unconstitutional from a legal perspective in the first place. It took a constitutional amendment to ban alcohol. No amendment was ever made to ban narcotics. Which is why states have been free to give the federal government the finger and legalize marijuana. Ultimately its a freedom issue. The war on drugs has been a decades long failure. Why? Because our government is the one helping them get into the country, or at the very least turning a blind eye to certain operations.
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Re: Oregon Is On The Verge Of Decriminalizing Heroin, Cocaine, And LSD
In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.


The initiative, called Measure 110, could "drastically change" the state's justice system, ABC News noted. Those who are caught with hard drugs would now have the option of paying a $100 fine or attending new addition recovery centers, paid for with taxes from retail marijuana sales.

Under the new measure, possession of less than 1 gram of heroin or meth, 2 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of psilocybin, 40 doses of LSD, oxycodone or methadone and 1 gram of MDMA would all be decriminalized.


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I as a Trump loving, Constitutionalist Libertarian AGREE 100%
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Lest we forget that none of this stuff with the illegal in the early 30s and society didn’t have the problem with things that we do now. Our society was busy working and had purpose. Our kids don’t have purpose. Well some of your kids have a purpose and they want them burn things down. But even that won’t last once the anger subsides in the building is in flames
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Pardon me I use talk to type I said I meant to say all of these things all of these drugs were legal in the early 30s. Over the counter including heroine. It’s a return to how it was. If you know anything about humans they want what they can’t have do they not?
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In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.


The initiative, called Measure 110, could "drastically change" the state's justice system, ABC News noted. Those who are caught with hard drugs would now have the option of paying a $100 fine or attending new addition recovery centers, paid for with taxes from retail marijuana sales.

Under the new measure, possession of less than 1 gram of heroin or meth, 2 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of psilocybin, 40 doses of LSD, oxycodone or methadone and 1 gram of MDMA would all be decriminalized.


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I as a Trump loving, Constitutionalist Libertarian AGREE 100%
 Quoting: VinoSom


Doesn't matter much if the CIA and DEA stop importing it and using it as a source of black funding. It'll all be legal but you won't be able to get it if you wanted it any way.





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