Should the state charge people who test positive for illegal drugs with possession?
Asked at Borders, 700 N.H. on August 31, 2005
“No. It’s not really in their possession. It’s already inside their body and not on their person.”
“I think they should if it’s a situation where there was a possibility that they were endangering others.”
“In the case of hard drugs, I think they should because they are more harmful. If they let them go, the problem will just keep happening.”
“No. Personally, I’m of the mind that you are free to do with your body what you will, as long as you are not endangering other people’s lives.”