I think we have sufficient protections and controls over anxiety medications that largely eliminate the amount sold on the streets, I think those who still do it will always find a way no matter how many more rules and regulations are put in place trying to control the use of these medications.
Yes, we are doing enough to keep prescription anxiety medications from being sold on the street, because anxiety medications are not the biggest problem on the street. Ritalin and opioids, along with benzoids, are far more common to be street drugs. These should be our focus, since they are abused the most.
We are doing enough to keep prescription anxiety medications from being sold on the street. The current system of categorizing anxiety medications as controlled substances make it extremely difficult for people to obtain the drugs for street sale. Most anxiety medications are prescribed on a month to month basis and people who get these medications are unlikely to sell them because they can only get a limited amount of medicine in a month.
These medications run rapid through the streets and we all know it. The issue is how do you police something like this,without spending tons of money. The war on drugs already costs enough,but we have so many other things we need to cut the budget on, this shouldn't be another we spend money on. It needs to be policed by a private sector, with harsh government punishments.