Q: The U.S. spends two-thirds of its drug budget on interdiction and law enforcement and one-third on treatment and prevention. Is this the appropriate ratio?
YES: Paul McNulty, J.D.
NO: Paul N. Samuels, J.D., and Jenny Collier McColl, J.D.
Q: Has the War on Drugs reduced crime?
YES: Robert E. Peterson, J.D.
NO: Ethan A. Nadelmann, J.D., Ph.D.
Q: Has the War on Drugs reduced addiction?
YES: Mitchell S. Rosenthal, M.D.
NO: Harry G. Levine, Ph.D., and Craig Reinarman, Ph.D.
Q: Should illegal drugs be decriminalized?
YES: Arnold S. Trebach, J.D., Ph.D.
NO: Joseph A. Califano, Jr., LL.B.
Q: Should needle exchange be publicly funded?
YES: David C. Lewis, M.D.
NO: David S. Noffs
Q: Should marijuana be legalized for medical purposes?
YES: Dave Fratello
NO: Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
Q: Should nicotine and alcohol be further regulated?
YES: Jack E. Henningfield, Ph.D., and John Slade, M.D.
NO: Robert A. Levy, Ph.D., J.D.