I think more thought needs to be put into this. Some questions are -- What tasks are being done to prevent drug cartels penetrating our U.S. communities? At which stage does the possessions of drugs become a felony? and, when the laws have changed for larger quantities of drug possessions, have those been charged with those offenses been commuted for their offenses that is no longer a crime? What is being done to curtail the allegedly white collar crime of prescription drugs? and what is being done to hold pharmaceutical companies having those drugs on the market that affect so many people as well? (as well, although not directly related) what is being done to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for the "medicine" that they provide yet have a proven long list of bad attributes (this may cause heart attacks, this may cause death if not used appropriately, this may cause liver damage, etc., etc., etc.)?