Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll

Whether one opposes or supports laws that increase personal liberties, even if it means allowing individuals to act in ways that are currently considered illegal.


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    I am running to represent a city that is currently undergoing one of our toughest problems yet. The opioid epidemic. I believe that this is an issue of health rather than an issue of criminal justice. Our city leadership are actually in denial of this issue, which in my eyes is unacceptable. Our emergency personnel are dealing with more overdoses and our families are losing loved ones. We must act

    Matthew A Maulding

    Alderman,
    Hickory, North Carolina

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    Drugs and Sex Crimes must be stopped at all costs to ensure safety for future generations of any village/town/city. Drugs touch everyone's family whether they want to admit it or not. It is not proper to shame anyone but to help find them help before another life is lost to Drugs and Sex Crimes. Normally in an area where Drugs are prominent so are Sex Crimes. We must be proactive to the issue.

    John Moore

    Village Council,
    South Lebanon, Ohio

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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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