America can end its war on drugs. Here’s how.

“But is it actually possible to draw back the harsh, punitive criminalization of drugs in America without ending up at full commercial legalization and gravely risking public health?”

At the same time, there is a great interest in pulling back or eliminating some of the unintended consequences of the drug war. In the US, the focus typically falls on the incarceration of nonviolent drug users and militarized expansion of police powers. Around the world, the war on drugs has an even more destabilizing impact: It creates a black market for drugs that finances criminal groups’ violent operations, especially in poorer countries where drugs are produced and trafficked to wealthier nations (like the US). And this market is so lucrative that criminal groups are willing to go to war over it.

Original Article (Vox):
America can end its war on drugs. Here’s how.
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