30%
Yes
70%
No
25%
Yes
57%
No
5%
Yes, for most but not all drugs
6%
No, but decriminalize drugs that offer medicinal benefits such as marijuana
0%
Yes, and retroactively reduce sentences for those already serving time
3%
No, but increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation
2%
No, and increase punishment for drug dealers
2%
No, we should pass tougher drug laws

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 @982VVVKfrom Agusan del Sur answered…2yrs2Y

No, again it depends if these drugs are known to be the main produce of cartels / how much these drugs costs.

 @9HNZ4M8from Bataan answered…6mos6MO

Yes, only in cases where drugs are scientifically-tested and approved for medical use and not for recreational activities

 @9FYQTVHanswered…8mos8MO

No, but legalis drugs thaf offer medecinal benefits. Additionally increase funding for addiction prevention and rehabilitation.

 @8VFQ4CWfrom Mindoro Occidental answered…3yrs3Y

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 @8RQXF9Ganswered…3yrs3Y

You didn't specify if it's legal or illegal drugs, I'd disagree on criminalizing legal drugs.

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