Sure, I'm all for legalization.
Originally Posted by Oftencold
A constitutional ban on all public funds spent on drug rehabilitation. (Exception: persons who became dependent through medical treatment or through the actions of others)
Why not attempt to help these people add to the productivity of our nation by taxing recreational drug sales in the amount necessary to run the rehabilitation centers? The addicts themselves will have paid for rehab through their drug use, in a sense.
A constitutional provision that any recreational drug affected individual trespassing on private property for any reason shall have been deemed to have acted in a life threatening manner to legitimate occupants or visitors on said property. (Purpose: to exonerate anyone who uses any form of force, including deadly force to defend against drug affected trespasser.
Ridiculous and unnecessary.
Loss of tax-free and non-profit status from any activities of any organization designed to provide drug rehabilitation services.
Why? The investment by society is well worth it, whether or not drugs are legal. Furthermore, you're not going to motivate people to stay off drugs because there is a lack of availability of rehab services, if that is your aim. You will end up with more addicts. Why would you want that?
Complete absolution of responsibility by government at any level fort the quality, purity or efficaciousness of any recreational drug.
What are you trying to accompish? If you are saying not to let people sue the gov't for monetary damages concerning these matters, fine.
Severe penalties, at least comparable to those engendered by alcohol intoxication for any act damaging to life or limb while under the influence of recreational drugs.
Yes. Let the addict have consequences for actually endangering others