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Decriminalizing marijuana possession: Would decriminalization help the fight on organized crime?

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  • It would be one less drug that is sold illegally

    Yes, I do believe that decriminalizing marijuana possession would help with fighting organized crime. Because it is illegal, it is more valuable to not only those that sell it but those that use it as well. When something is legalized, even if a large tax is placed on the item, users are more than happy to purchase it legally. Marijuana has almost the same affect as cigarettes so why not make it legal and tax the sales of the product like everything else.

  • It would slow down organized crime.

    There is a large and active group of criminal groups that are moving marijuana. Decriminalizing marijuana and making it more acceptable in the country would cut the legs out from underneath these illegal drug pushers and it would slow down organized crime. I believe it to be a good idea.

  • Making Weed Legal Would Reduce Crime

    The U.S. government hasn't figured out how to effectively fight organized crime related to drug trafficking. With that in mind, legalizing marijuana would help ease this problem in a noticeable way. Cartels would have to traffic riskier drugs, which increases their likelihood of being caught. Plus, governments can tax legal marijuana.

  • Decriminalization of marijuana possession would help the fight on organized crime.

    Decriminalization of marijuana possession would help the fight on organized crime. It has proven that any substance or drug that is out there on the street would help fight on organized crime. We have the crime because they are trying to obtain something that is illegal. If we make it legal then there will not be the need to fight over it.

  • Decriminalization would fight organized crime.

    If people can get marijuana in legal ways, there would be no reason for drug dealers to sell it. There would then be no money in selling it or growing it illegally and dealers and suppliers are in it for the money. If you take away the money the dealers etc... would not touch it.

  • No, probably not.

    Probably the war on drugs has allowed organized crime to get a foothold. However, I am not sure that pot is their primary product. Harder drugs are the ones we import from various countries that get involved in the mob wars. So while it might do a little, it would not put a stop to the mob's involvement in the drug trade.

  • No, it would encourage more.

    No, decriminalizing marijuana would not help the fight on organized crime, because decriminalizing marijuana would increase demand for marijuana. Some people choose not to smoke marijuana only because it is illegal. If people know it's legal, more people will want to smoke it, and this will only increase business for the organized criminals that produce it.


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