If you want to make a profit from the drug trade, become a police officer.
This drug war and the laws that prohibit the private consumption of certain drugs are un-Constitutional
Number of unconstitutional arrest in 2008 by drug type
in 2008 the DEA program for eradicating
domestic marijuana resulted in the destruction of 8.0 million plants in 20,120
plots, 8,296 arrests, 5,305 weapons seized, and You made reported assets seized, valued at $66
million plus for them.
ACCORDING TO THE CONSTITUTION
AMENDMENT 18 AND 21, AS LONG AS DRUGS
OR IN LIQUID FORM THEY ARE LEGAL
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Coffee, for example, regarded as a Muslim drink, was prohibited to Orthodox Christians in its native Ethiopia until as late as 1889; it is now considered a national drink of Ethiopia for people of all faiths.
The hypothesis that the prohibition of drugs generates violence is consistent with research done over long time-series and cross-country facts. US prohibition of opium
This was followed by other laws throughout the country, and federal laws which barred Chinese people from trafficking in opium. Though the laws affected the use and distribution of opium by Chinese immigrants, no action was taken against the producers of such products as laudanum, a tincture of opium and alcohol, commonly taken as a panacea by white Americans.
The distinction between its use by white Americans and Chinese immigrants was thus based on the form in which it was ingested: Chinese immigrants tended to smoke it, while it was often included in various kinds of generally liquid medicines often (but not exclusively) used by people of European descent. The laws targeted opium smoking, but not other methods of ingestion. As a result of this discrepancy, some modern commentators believe that these laws were possibly racist in origin and intent.
State expenditures in 2010, on corrections was $48.5 billion. Between fiscal years 1982 and 2010, spending on corrections represented between 1.9% and 3.3% of total expenditures by state governments. Since 2003, corrections expenditures, as a share of total spending, fluctuated between 2.5% and 2.9% of state expenditures (figure 1). the Harrison Act, passed in 1914, which required sellers of opiates and cocaine to get a license. While originally intended to require paper trails of drug transactions between doctors, drug stores, and patients, it soon became a prohibitive law. The law's wording was quite vague; it was originally intended as a revenue tracking mechanism that required prescriptions for opiates.