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You've spent the past month demanding that homeless addicts magically cure themselves before even being eligible for care. You have no concern for addicts nor comprehension of the problem.
Addiction is a problem that happens when you force users into the shadows and make them deal with criminal suppliers of unpredictable products. Meth addiction is a problem that has grown while your simplistic, authoritarian approach has been in full effect, which is probably why you can not discuss this rationally but instead call for me to be fired simply for discussing a change in strategy. I have no idea why you are bringing Jesse into this, but little that you say makes much sense.
Marijuana is considered less addictive than alcohol or tobacco. If prohibition of more addictive drugs like meth and cocaine can work, funding those efforts through marijuana taxes and licensing fees offers a better chance at success as a simple matter of resource allocation, but also because you would not have pot dealers luring kids into more dangerous habits.
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