Heroin and meth, said Kelly, are virtually all produced in Mexico, while cocaine comes up from further south. Combined, the three drugs killed more than 50,000 people in the U.S. since 2015, said Kelly.Along with opiates, the drugs cost the U.S. around $250 billion. Kelly was asked by Todd how federalmarijuana legalization would affectdrug arrests in the U.S. Medical marijuana is already legal in 28 states, while in eight statesplus Washington, D.C., marijuana is legal for recreational use. Related: Is edible marijuana healthier than smoking weed? http://justinlongportal.pdxrwa.org/2017/04/19/the-emerging-facts-on-common-sense-tips-for-curriculum-vitae-solutions/Kelly said increased drug arrests are not a solution. The solution is a comprehensive drug demand reduction program in the United States that involves every man and woman of goodwill, he told Todd. Last year, Kelly said in an interview with Military Times that he supports medical marijuana use. Whether its veterans or anyone else, if it helps those people, then fine, he said.
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