Legalisation is the least bad solution: stop the drug wars and save money.

How to stop the drug wars – An unusual leader for The Economist, and perhaps a bit surprising in this economic crisis.  But the arguments are sound.  In a nutshell, prohibition doesn’t work, it rewards criminals, penalises poor farmers, and costs governments much money.  Legalisation, though imperfect would save billions and allow governments to focus on education and cure while removing a significant source of cash for criminals.

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