Illicit Drugs

Chronic illicit drug use is a symptom of larger existential problems in society and is tragic. It is antithetical to the public good to criminalize behavior that would be better treated in a medical setting. The only reason to treat an epidemiological medical problem as a criminal one is to create criminals for the for-profit prison industrial complex. The socio-economic stratification of consequences for illicit drug use only emphasizes and reinforces that is the perceived cast-aways of our communities who are harshly penalized by current drug policy.

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