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RE: Cause or effect? Do dry laws actually drive up meth use or

Posted on: February 11, 2019 at 07:44:53 CT
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After running some statistical tests, the researchers found that this is more than just a simple correlation: "Our results add support to the idea that prohibiting the sale of alcohol flattens the punishment gradient, lowering the relative cost of participating in the market for illegal drugs," they conclude.
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more meth in dry counties - SwampTiger MU - 2/11 07:27:12
     the gov't knows best (nm) - Sal KC - 2/11 07:53:09
     Cause or effect? Do dry laws actually drive up meth use or - DHighlander KC - 2/11 07:39:24
          RE: Cause or effect? Do dry laws actually drive up meth use or - SwampTiger MU - 2/11 07:44:53
               I was unwilling to accept their ads to read the article. - DHighlander KC - 2/11 07:58:22
                    prohibition never works - just start and end there (nm) - 90Tiger MU - 2/11 08:47:16
                         I assume you meant prohibition. Abolition has actually been - hokie VT - 2/11 08:56:08
                              yeah, i did, my bad - in a rush (nm) - 90Tiger MU - 2/11 09:08:11
                    incognito mode - SwampTiger MU - 2/11 08:08:02
          Especially if you can't get a buzz with a beer. (nm) - ummmm MU - 2/11 07:43:34




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