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price higher and the criminals more desperate to escape capture, more determined to protect their market from encroachment. Both Democratic and Republic Congresses overwhelmingly favored continuing with supply sided efforts. Most of the funding has gone to interdiction and eradication efforts. . Clinton, for example embraced the disease concept and increased funding for treatment programs. According to DEA estimates we capture less than 10 percent of all illicit drugs. The act did pave the road for federal expenditures on drug abuse treatment. The next step must be to find out what the opinion is on the streets and in the schools. . Abraham Lincoln said "Prohibition goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and make crime out of things that are not crimes." It is estimated that 45 million.S. It is imperative, however, that we recommit ourselves to the effort. Declining US aid, a weakened drug certification process, and the willingness of some countries, especially Bolivia, to resist US pressure suggests that the US cannot continue to dictate the implementation of policy as it did in the 70s and 80s.".
We can take away the cheap supplies of heroin, make it infinitely harder to obtain prescription painkillers, and people will still find a way to obtain something that gets a hold of your brain and never lets.
America is at war.
We have been fighting drug abuse for almost a century.
Four Presidents have personally waged war on drugs.
Which is better for America during the next 35 years, prohibition with the continuing costs and ineffectiveness, or reform policies that approach the problem from a different angle. . Columbia, however, was quick to replace Mexico as Americas marijuana supplier. Most important, conceived to eradicate the illegal drug market, the war the Angel of Death on drugs cannot be won. 7.8 billion was spent on supply sided efforts, while only.4 billion was spent on education, prevention, and rehabilitation. . Clearly major steps need to be taken. . Education is a must, but prosecuting small time offenders is pointless. .
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