ARGUEMENTIVE ESSAY ON DRUG SALE - LONESTAR COLLEGE - ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY

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Illegal drugs influence people every day of their lives. Illegal drugs affect people whether they are users themselves, drug dealers, victims of drug-related crime, or dealing with a friend or family member's addiction Illegal drugs influence people every day of their lives. Illegal drugs affect people whether they are users themselves, drug dealers, victims of drug-related crime, or dealing with a friend or family member's addiction. Drugs are unhealthy and unsafe; however, prohibition is not the answer to the country's drug problem. The United States should consider legalizing drugs and ending drug prohibition. There are several reasons to legalize drugs in the United States. Drugs should be legalized to save money, to make them safer, and to reduce drug-related crime.
             . Drugs are unhealthy and unsafe; however, prohibition is not the answer to the country's drug problem. The United States should consider legalizing drugs and ending drug prohibition. There are several reasons to legalize drugs in the United States. Drugs should be legalized to save money, to make them safer, and to reduce drug-related crime.
             First of all, drugs should be legalized to save money. The United States spends billions of dollars every year fighting an unsuccessful drug war. The United States should legalize drugs, tax them, and save billions of dollars as an alternative. Taxes collected from legalized drug sales could be used to fund many government programs. The mo...

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