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Over the summer, I worked in a pharmacy near my house. Everyday, it was the same routine of filling prescriptions and answering the phone. The job was dull, the pay was decent, and the customers were demanding. However, working in the pharmacy was an experience I will never forget. I got to feed people’s addictions, soothe their ailments, and heal their sicknesses. Working so close with people in such a vulnerable state, gave me the opportunity to see human nature in its weakest for

Reasons For The Legalization Of Drugs We will never get rid of drugs and until we realize this we will still have one of the worst education systems, the largest imprisonment rate, the largest crime rate, and a depletion of money from other more important budgets. Legalizing drugs will create drug regulation, crime reduction, and increased revenue for the government. Regulation is the control of who can get a product, how much that person can get, how the person can get it, and who produces

4/27/97 Ethics Essay Drugs Should NOT Be Legalized I remember when I was in High School over fifteen students got suspended or arrested for drug related incidents. Students were charged with possession, selling, or caught using drugs. Many students often used to show up to class high waiting to get caught. Do to the fact that so many students were getting caught in our school, the senior class decided to have a pro drug rally in the cafeteria. Over three hundred students showed up

Drugs and Alcohol in the Untied State prison system In the Untied States most of the prison population are people that have been involved with Alcohol or some form of drugs. Many of them were high or drunk at the time of there arrest. Most of them only did the crimes to be able to support there drug and alcohol addiction. There were not thinking of the consciences of there actions at the time. In most cases Alcohol play more of a role in the violent crimes then people on drugs. Al

There are many reasons why people turn to drugs, and many reasons why they choose to get help. Some people choose to use drugs because of pressure from family. Others feel peer pressure from friends. Some people simply want to experiment. There are also some that want to get away from a painful reality. Parents and other family members do not realize the damage they can do, and how they can effect their relatives. Family has the power to make people feel the need for drugs. I recently h

Drugs and Alcohol In today's college experience both drugs and alcohol are factors in a students everyday life. Although drinking under the age of twenty-one and the use of non-prescription drugs are illegal they are still prevalent. Both substances are easily accessible to today's college students. It seems that the use of such substances has risen dramatically in the past few years. The enforcement of illegal drug and alcohol use has also become more difficult in the past fe

To me Silence is Acceptance means that if you do not speak up or say anything, that you think it is okay. If you do not say anything about the use of drugs in America or another country, than it must mean that you think it is okay. If I think something is wrong I will usually speak up about it instead of being silent. If you are silent and do not speak up about the use of illegal drugs it means that you agree with it. And if you do not speak up and no one else speaks up than the use of d

I think DARE is great. Whoever came up with this program is a hero in my time. I have had plenty of experience with drugs. My Mom is a so-called recovering alcoholic and drug addict. When I say so-called, I mean that she has tried a lot to fully recover but it is just too hard for her, and so far, she has always ended up back on the drugs and alcohol. My life's been an up and down roller coaster, but DARE has taught me not to follow in my Mom's footsteps. Captain Jakub taught us that

Drug Testing in SchoolsIn today's society, drugs have been a very obvious problem. An answer canbe found if people stop complaining and start testing. One of the largest areas ofdrug use is among teenagers and young adults. This can be the first place to takeeffect for a drug free environment. A mandatory drug testing for all students wouldbe of great benefit. Drugs are responsible for many of the problems facing today's youth. Drugssuch as marijuana and cocaine can become addictive

Drug Essay There is no question that drugs are prevalent in the United States today and that something should be done about it. Drugs hurt society in so many ways; people die, loose their jobs, and lose their families all because of addiction. Will legalizing these destructive drugs change the effect of them? No, if drugs would be easier to obtain it would only make it easier for people to have the opportunity to self-destruct themselves and what’s around them. There isn’t any good reason