Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll

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    With Personal Liberty comes PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY most proposals demanding "Personal Liberty" usually ignore the responsibility that goes along with those liberties - I Believe that many of our country & state's problems would be avoided if we held to the principles of the US & CT Constitutions

    Theresa Tillett

    State Senator,
    Windsor, Connecticut

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    Very broad question. I do support the legalization of marijuana.

    Jon Eric Easter

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Like all communities across the country, substance abuse is a pernicious foe in our community. To see how we're working to address this challenge on the basis of prevention, law enforcement and rehabilitation, please visit: http://openlaporte.com/substance-abuse-mitigation/

    Blair Milo

    Mayor,
    La Porte, Indiana

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    I believe a person has the right to do whatever they want to their own person. As long as it doesn't affect the rights of another.

    Robert Winder

    State Representative,
    Boise, Idaho

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    Some laws prevent the liberty of those who are responsible. For one, I am opposed to restrictions to a safer alternatives e.g. alcohol and pain meds, namely cannabis. This is a plant that can and should be allowed to grow in one's own back yard. It would illuminate the need for the drug cartels to smuggle their supplies of marijuana into this country. I am opposed to coke, meth etc. of course!

    David Eldredge

    County Council,
    Heber City, Utah

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    If a citizen in a free society wishes to drink alcohol, they can. They can drink as much as they want, despite the fact that according to Department of Justice research, 40% of all violent crimes involve alcohol. Prohibition failed, yet its being attempted again, this time focusing on drugs. There are already enough comprehensive laws which punish those who commit crimes.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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