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We Want to End the War on Drugs

"Here's something to consider this morning: A new survey of 832 Washington voters found majority support for Initiative 1992. That proposal would decriminalize all drugs statewide (but still allow cops to confiscate them if they catch people using them), expunge criminal records for possession, and direct $141 million in pot revenues to outreach and recovery services.

Dealing drugs would remain illegal, of course, so cops could continue to stage buy-busts if they wanted to keep criminalizing addiction rather than treating it as a public health issue, but already I digress."

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