So a widely disputed topic is drug decriminalization, that is, should a person be considered a criminal for mere use of a drug? I'm not talking about people who get behind a wheel intoxicated with narcotics or a person who uses drugs with intention to do harm to others. I'm merely talking about drug use for recreational purposes... Oh and I am talking about all of them!! Legalization refers to the commercialization: the buying, selling, and distribution of regulated drugs.
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Quick update: I understand that the term "drug" is vague as well as recreational use. This is because coming to an agreeable definition of a "drug" is impossible in this case. If we're to consider a mainstream definition of a mood altering substance, then sugar is by definition a drug the same way crystal meth is. Therefore, what any reasonable person considers a drug, is what I will consider a drug in this case. Furthermore, recreational use refers to the use with the intention of getting high at no one but the users expense. No one gets hurt, as I think we can all agree that using drugs with the intention of hurting or indirectly hurting people is wrong. Possession is illegal because it is so easy to prove, therefore I find that point to be unimportant, especially if drugs we're to be decriminalized.