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1.” In 1973 Nixon created and funded the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to coordinate the efforts of all other agencies. The War on Drugs is likened to the prohibition of alcohol, which is regarded as a failed social and political experiment. The “War on Drugs” is almost 40 years old and the United States has spent billions on The War on Drugs, Based upon state and federal data for fiscal year 2009, every second that the page is open the Drug War Cost Clock registers another $1,673.45 that is spent by our government each and every second of every day (Action America,
Reefer Madness The first focus of Schlosser’s book spotlights on the booming business in marijuana cultivation. Marijuana, what should be America’s number one cash crop, apart from corn and soy isn’t because it is still illegal. The government would rather spend roughly 4 billion dollars of tax payer money to fight the war on marijuana. Why not save that 4 billion dollars of federal tax revenue and instead decriminalize marijuana, tax it, and start making money hand over fist? Plausible estimates indicate that marijuana could pull in around 25 billion dollars a year.
This act required all states to raise their legal age to twenty one; if they refused, their annual federal highway dollars would be cut by ten percent. This act was backed by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). According to MADD the drinking age of twenty one has saved some seventeen thousand lives since 1988. (Daniloff) One of the main groups leading the charge to have the legal age lowered is college presidents all over the United States. In 2007 former Middlebury College President John McCardell founded Choose Responsibility (CR).
(web site 45635198). Retrieved from KU library: http://web.ebscohost.com.kaplan.uah.edu/ehost/detail?vid=1&hid=109&sid=b49bd865-1722-40fc-8635-c2b03259c646%40sessionmgr110&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=aph&AN=45635198 Wood, D. B. (2010, June 7). Los Angeles cuts back on medical marijuana dispensaries. (Article 08827729).
Randy E. Barnett, JD "Throughout the year-long debate over health care reform, President Obama promised that the legislation would reduce the spiraling cost of health care... But a couple of new government reports confirm what many of us who opposed a federal takeover of the health care system feared all along - higher costs... CMS [Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services] says that the health care law will impose billions of dollars in annual fees on manufacturers and importers of brand-name prescription drugs and on health insurance plans, and new taxes on medical device sales. CMS said it anticipates that these new fees and taxes will be passed down to consumers in the form of higher drug and device prices and higher insurance premiums, raising health care costs from $2.1 billion in 2011 to $18.2 billion in