Im not saying let's let everyone just run wild and smoke crazy, I'm saying we put restrictions on it, like alcohol has. The government taxes it, sells it, possibly allow civilians to apply for license to grow and sell it and controls it. Not only will it create jobs, it will help stimulate the economy in a way many didn't think was possible. As of the time I am writing this, at 4:52 CST on 7/21/2011 we have spent $22,799,993,774 ...more »
Patient have difficulty understanding, remembering, and following technical, confusing medication instructions, and so may miss, double up on, or otherwise miss-take medications. When patients fail to improve as expected, clinicians may unnecessarily increase, duplicate, or change medications. Resultant poor patient health and avoidable, prolonged, more complicated hospital admissions lead to poor health outcomes and ...more »
I propose that the government eliminate the Emergency Drug Caches that are stored in may facilities. In our site alone there are millions of dollars of product that sits until it is outdated and then replaced. Most product is assayed and the original expiration date is extended several times before it is taken out of the Cache. After that occurs, the manufacturer will not issue credit because the product is too old. Every ...more »
Use Remotely Piloted Vehicles (RPVs) to fully patrol our borders 24/7. This saves much manpower and can discover illegal infiltrators both with drugs and those smuggling people into the US. The cost savings will be $Billions per year, and cut crime by $Billions.
The “War on Drugs”, has done nothing except increase the violent tendencies and the salary, of drug dealers. Legalize, and force into the not for profit sector, the sale of all narcotics, and psychiatric medications. Place a cap on the wages earned by people who make narcotics and psychiatric drugs, of minimum wage, up to 60 hours a week. Drug farmers and lab techs that want to turn our children into drug addicts ...more »
The war on drugs has been a failure that has lasted far too long and has cost this nation far too much, a cost measured in dollars and in lives. Ending the war on drugs and subsequent legalization would create a domestic industry, and with it, jobs and tax revenue. It would also alleviate the astronomical spending necessary for enforcement and the subsequent incarceration of violations and violators of respective policies ...more »