A plan to cut a flood of immigrants from the south – legalize drugs, focus on rehabilitation, help pump up their economies. But will it work?
As President Trump continues to rail about building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, cooler heads are coming up with a common-sense solution to what causes so many Central Americans to head north – fleeing drug-caused violence in their home countries.
Here in the U.S. we continue to try to punish our way through our drug problem. It obviously doesn’t work. Drugs remain as big a problem as ever.
An article in the Washington Post may have hit the light switch on how to more intelligently tackle the crisis. Click here.