It doesn’t take long to realize drugs are a problem in our community.
Many people are addicted to various substances, such as methamphetamines. Some are involved in manufacturing and selling meth. The “War on Drugs” has had many casualties, including those dying from addiction and those who have been killed fighting drug traffic.
But sometimes a subtler casualty is a loss of personal liberties when lawmakers overreach to police the trade. While the problem plagues our county, it doesn’t warrant a knee-jerk reaction.